This morning I spotted an interesting new edition of IEEE Pervasive Computing focused on Privacy and Security that I thought might be useful to share. It has a nice range of articles from leading authors on topics such as context adaptive privacy and pervasive memory augmentation. This latter is of particular interest as fellow MRL/Horizon PhD Dimitri Darzentas and I have been working on a paper around legal aspects of physical object memories and provenance for some time. It also has a nice summary from Ubicomp 2o14 which was held in Seattle. I went along to their doctoral consortium and presented a poster, which provided me with very useful feedback on my work. This year Ubicomp is in Osaka, Japan and whilst call for main papers has closed there are still opportunities to submit demos and posters.