On 2/14/19 1:59 PM, Florian Effenberger wrote:
the following decision, which was taken in private on 2018-10-16, is now
made public in accordance with our statutes.
Thorsten Behrens wrote:
as discussed earlier, here the request to become an 'associate
partner' for a German research project application for pseudo- and
anonymisation of documents.
I attach the one-page self-advertising, plus a one-page letter of
intent (loi.odt - 1st page is the German version, 2nd page a quick
English translation) - sadly formally needed, but contains ~no
obligations on the side of TDF (but a right to test & use whatever
comes out of the project).
Can somebody either explain in more detail what that project will do, or
make the two documents alluded to, publicly available.
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