The GDPR asks for various forms of privacy protection: In many ways its pro- posed privacy by and in design as well as by default approach is not only a legal standard but also a claim for many ethical concepts for data security and privacy protection in the digital world. In this deliverable, we distinguish three forms of privacy and explain the value of privacy with regard to the individuals as well as societies as a whole. We will lay out the notion of privacy of the GDPR and propose a "privacy by design" approach. We will go on to describe measures that are currently taken in WeNet to protect users’ data and adhere to legal and ethical principles of privacy enhancement. The deliverable will also introduce the WeNet Data Protection Forum, an institutionalized discussion forum, where researchers and developers in WeNet can debate and resolve questions of data protection. Building on the findings of the previous sections, the deliverable formulates a preliminary guideline concerning privacy standards for WeNet.
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