Do you have an interesting perspective on Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation or insightful information about GDPR to share? IEEE Security and Privacy seeks articles from scholars and practitioners from various disciplines and countries to examine GDPR: A Year On. Successful submissions will address (among other topics) the GDPR’s:
• position at the intersection of law and technology;
• global impact;
• implications for global multinationals and for small and medium size enterprises;
• implementation by engineers, economists, and lawyers;
• potential macroeconomic and competitive impact; and
• effect on debates about ethics beyond the law.
Submissions are due by March 1, 2019, with publication in November/December, 2019. Articles should be understandable to a broad audience of people interested in security and privacy, and run between 4,900 to 7,200 words. IEEE’s website has more information about submission requirements, or you can email the guest editors at [email protected].
Guest editors for the special issue are:
• Omer Tene, IAPP and FPF (lead editor)
• Katrine Evans, Hayman Lawyers
• Bruno Gencarelli, European Commission
• Gabe Maldoff, Bird & Bird
• Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, FPF