Monthly Archives for March 2021

Google is your first reader: How to write an academic paper that machines can easily read

Put your main concept in the first part of your title, not in the subtitle. Use the format “X is [simple definition]” in your abstract. Use images and be aware that the first image will be used in many previews, … Continue reading

26. March 2021 by Jill
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Energy marking for privacy?

I’m attending a two-day digital meeting of Personvernskommisjonen, the privacy commission tasked with surveying the state of privacy in Norway and recommending policy for the future. We just had professor of ICT and private law, Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius, visit for … Continue reading

09. March 2021 by Jill
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