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This issue of the Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality is built around a single paper by Gerald W. Gates, “How Uncertainty about Privacy and Confidentiality Is Hampering Efforts to More Effectively Use Administrative Records in Producing U.S. National Statistics,” with accompanying discussion by George Duncan, Julia Lane, Jennifer Madans, Kenneth Prewitt, Jerry Reiter, Fritz Scheuren, Alan Zaslavsky, and myself
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