The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has announced the release of the first issue of Research Library Issues (RLI) in 2019. The issue of RLI 2019 looks at privacy from a legal, digital, and applied perspective, with a focus on the implications and opportunities for research libraries.
The current privacy landscape highlights the need for a nuanced understanding of the complicated nature of privacy. Research libraries need to collaborate with other privacy-related constituents within institutions and in the public policy and legislative arenas and act as trusted institutions within a democratic society.
This issue is aimed at helping readers identify institutional privacy policies and practices to investigate and adopt amid changes in the interfaces between users and information and within the broader context of the US and international policy landscape.
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Regulations, guidelines and other institutional frameworks
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