In the current world of unprecedented technological advancement, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is often regarded as the most important legal reform in a generation. The IEEE Security and Privacy (a bimonthly magazine) seeks articles from scholars and practitioners from various disciplines and countries to examine the "GDPR: A Year On".
Successful submissions will address (among other topics) the GDPR’s position at the intersection of law and technology, its global impact, the implications for global multinationals and for small and medium size enterprises; its implementation by engineers, economists, and lawyers, potential macroeconomic and competitive impact; its effect on debates about ethics beyond the law.
Scholars and practitioners from various disciplines and countries interested in the European Union’s regulatory framework and data security and privacy.
The article has to be original, down to earth and must be written in accessible language. It should run between 4,900 to 7,200 words, with a maximum of 15 references. The article must be in line with IEEE’s guidelines. Please note that this is not a research journal- do not submit research papers.
Submissions are due on March 1, 2019.
For more information, please see the official announcement.