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October 2018 | Volume 9, Issue 3 | Privacy, Freedom & Human Rights |

Privacy by Design: The global privacy standard

There is almost no aspect of our lives left that remains untouched by information and communications technology.

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Letter from the Editor

by Yatin Trivedi

Privacy, Internet Freedom and Human Rights

Welcome to the Third Quarter issue of IEEE Standards Education E-magazine, an issue packed with perspectives on privacy, internet freedom and human rights! It is my pleasure to bring you this issue of the SEC E-Magazine compiled and edited by Ms. Amelia Andersdotter, an expert in the domain of privacy and data protection. Her editorial itself is an educational piece which has made me realize how little I know about these topics, even unable to write a few intelligent words! I may be ignorant about this topic, but I am privileged to be surrounded by the globally renowned experts in the field. My sincere appreciation and thanks to Amelia and her panel of subject matter experts for compiling an exciting issue for us. Happy Reading! Yatin Trivedi, Editor-in-Chief (more…)

Funny Pages: In the future

Illustrated by Harley Schwadron

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Technical standards are formal documents that establish uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices developed through an accredited consensus process. The purpose of this publication is to help raise awareness of standards, show the importance of standards, present real-world applications of standards, and demonstrate the role you can play in the standards development process. Knowledge of standards and standards activities can help facilitate your professional engineering practice and improve technological developments to meet the needs and improve the lives of future generations.

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