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Appendix A: Methods of Engaging with National Processes

In the first stage of our research we identified institutions, actors, and stakeholders involved in privacy issues.  This often involved reaching out to groups who did not previously engage on privacy issues, such as consumer protection organisations, or freedom of information specialists.  With these stakeholders we explored potential modalities for forming a community of practice on the issue, which culminated in our workshops and public forums. We also engaged with national institutions, industry and industry organisations.