Expansion, perspectives, and challenges
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The present issue heralds a new phase for the Journal. In our ongoing efforts to provide a forum for a diverse community interested in privacy and confidentiality, we welcome a large expansion of the editorial board. We also introduce not one, but two new sections to the Journal. Perspectives are shorter articles, possibly somewhat opiniated, typically clustered around a same theme. The section on Privacy Challenges encompasses articles that describe practical implementations of privacy-preserving algorithms from a variety of competitions, starting with the NIST PSCR Challenge from 2018-2019. As every year, we also publish select contributions from the Workshop on Theory and Practice of Differential Privacy, which in 2019 was held in London, UK as part of the ACM Conference on Computer Security (CCS).
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