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The first edition of the Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review appears at a time of extraordinary policy change and practical challenge for this field of law and regulation. In the United States, massive data breaches have vied with Edward Snowden and foreign state-sponsored hacking to make the biggest impression on policymakers and the public both. In Europe, the “Right to Be Forgotten,” the draconian new penalties proposed in the draft Data Protection Regulation, and Snowden, have significantly altered the policy landscape. In short, this publication arrives at a time of enormous ferment for privacy, data protection and cybersecurity.