The Future of the Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality
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The Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality (JPC) is the only journal to actively solicit contributions from the multi-faceted community of researchers and practitioners for whom privacy is a primary intellectual or operational concern, for dissemination across this broad community. This includes computer scientists, statisticians, lawyers, social scientists, policy-makers, health researchers, survey designers, and data-rich corporate players. While not every publication is aimed so broadly, the Journal aims to provide a common forum for all these constituent populations.
With the publication of the current issue we re-launch the Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality. We reaffirm our dedication to drawing from multiple disciplines in which privacy and confidentiality are of primary intellectual and operational concern, and to maintaining our status as an open access journal providing a forum for communication across and between these disciplines.
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