There has been much debate about whether use of "voice risk analysis'
is ethical and on whether it works.
However, the most important question is why was it being done secretly.
If it's OK ethically why the secrecy?
If it doesn't work if the interviewee knows it is being used then it
is no use when people find out. So not much of a shelf life?
It was always going to come out. What I hope I have done is to make
it public before the interviews took place.
I have put a motion to Council to try to restore public trust that
the Council will not use it in future.