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  Public deliverables, papers and other publications
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At present, two public deliverables have been completed:

D2.1 First EnCoRe Technical Architecture (10.02.2010)
The Technical Architecture for the first Case Study is available here
D2.2 Second EnCoRe Technical Architecture (3.05.2011)
The Technical Architecture for the second Case Study is available here
D2.3 Third EnCoRe Technical Architecture (18.11.2011)
The Technical Architecture for the second Case Study is available here

Here is a list of papers and other publications:

22.09.2011 EnCoRe Publication
A paper by EnCoRe researcher Patrizia Bertini,  "Focus Group, meaning making and data quality" is available here

7.10.2010 EnCoRe Publication
A paper by EnCoRe researchers Edgar Whitley and Nadja Kanellopoulou,  "Privacy and Informed Consent in Online Interactions: Evidence from expert focus groups" is available here

17.11.2009 EnCoRe Publications
A paper by the EnCoRe researchers at the University of Warwick entitled "
Policy Refinement Checking" is available, and is downloadable here, and another entitled "Reaching for Informed Revocation" is available, and is downloadable here

09.10.2009 EnCoRe Publication
A paper by EnCoRe researcher Edgar Whitley at the LSE, entitled "
Informational Privacy, Consent and the "Control" of Personal Data" is available, and is downloadable here

06.10.2008 EnCoRe Publication
The EnCoRe project’s first publication, a paper by Edgar Whitley entitled "
Perceptions of government technology, surveillance and privacy: The UK identity cards scheme" is available, and is downloadable here

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Latest EnCoRe Tidbits
Snippets of news, etc., relevant to consent and revocation.

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27.1.2012 EnCoRe Newsletter
The fourth EnCoRe Newsletter is now available.

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18.1.2011 Third Technical Architecture
The project's Third Technical Architecture is now available.

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