The article by Young, Walker, Swauger, Gibeault, Mannheimer, and Clark describes participatory ways to think about and design privacy-oriented library services. The cover image is a representation of privacy education and engagement drawn by a participant in the project described by Young et al.
Michael Zimmer, editor of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy is seeking talented writers and reviewers for publishing in this quarterly peer reviewed journal.
The new issue of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, Vol. 1, No. 2-3, is now live and available to subscribers online.