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Transactions on Data Hiding and Multimedia Security VI

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This issue consists mainly of a Special Section on “Content Protection and Forensics” with four papers edited by Sabu Emmanuel, Mohan S. Kankanhalli, Shih-Fu Chang, Regunathan Radhakrishnan, Fulong Ma and Li Zhao. For a detailed introduction of these four papers, please refer to the Preface written by the organizers following this text. In addition, there is a regular paper by Xiang and Kim entitled “Histogram-Based Image Hashing for Searching Content- Preserving Copies.”

We hope that this issue is of interest to the research community and will trigger new research in the field of data hiding and multimedia security.We want to thank all the authors, reviewers, editors and, in particular, the special section organizers, who have devoted their valuable time to the success of this sixth issue. Special thank goes to Springer and Alfred Hofmann for their continuous support.

Finally, it is our sad duty to report that our Associate Editor, Professor Andreas Pfitzmann, passed away on September 23, 2010 after a short but serious illness.

Andreas’ groundbreaking research laid the foundations for the concepts of “Privacy by Technology” and “Multilateral Security”: in his opinion, privacy cannot be achieved by law, but must be supported, controlled and finally enforced by technology. Then revolutionary and utopian, these thoughts are now commonly referred to in computer science as “privacy-enhancing technologies”. Andreas Pfitzmann was a visionary and a pioneer. His contributions to science and his insistence on articulating even inconvenient truths changed the way we conceive privacy. We will miss him sorely.
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