[PET] CfP CPDP: Computers, Privacy and Data Protection

Claudia Diaz claudia.diaz at esat.kuleuven.be
Fri Sep 21 09:42:32 BST 2012


> CPDP 2013 Conference Call for Papers
> CPDP is an annual three-day conference devoted to privacy and data protection discussions. The 6th 
> edition of CPDP will be held on 23-25 January 2013 in Brussels. Whilst a number of speakers are 
> specifically invited by the conference several slots remain open to application through an annual call for 
> papers.
> The CPDP 2013 Call for Papers is addressed to all researchers who wish to present their papers at the 
> next Computers, Privacy and Data Protection conference.
> The call is split into two different tracks. The first dedicated to experienced researchers, while the 
> second welcomes PhD students and junior researchers. The double-track structure of the CPDP 2013 
> Call for Papers aims to meet the increasing interest of researchers and their expectations in terms of 
> academic feedback and exchange.
> In the framework of CPDP 2013, the CPDP Scientific Committee invites papers in the fields of law, social 
> sciences, philosophy and computer sciences. In particular, this call aims to reach researchers whose 
> works relate to technologies, privacy, data protection, non-discrimination and surveillance. Selected 
> researchers will have the valuable opportunity to present their papers in the conference open panels.
> Suggested topics for CPDP 2013 open panels include, but are not restricted to:
> Review of the Data Protection Directive and the proposed Data Protection Regulation;
> Review of the Data Retention Directive;
> The right to be forgotten;
> Privacy, data protection and healthcare;
> Privacy Enhancing Technologies and Privacy by Design;
> Geolocalization and location based services;
> eGovernment and eCommerce;
> Cybersecurity;
> Social media and privacy;
> Wikileaks, Openleaks and other similar initiatives;
> Profiling and ‘Do Not Track’ systems;
> Privacy attitudes;
> The balancing of privacy against other rights;
> Privacy and identity;
> Private firms’ privacy strategies;
> Surveillance and strategies of counter-surveillance;
> Data protection and surveillance in the cooperation on judicial matters;
> Privacy advocacy;
> Privacy as societal practice;
> Role of Data Protection Authorities;
> Data protection self-regulation;
> Data Security Technologies;
> Data protection and law enforcement;
> Data protection, neural science and lie detection;
> Online intellectual property rights enforcement;
> Data Protection in Latin America
> etc.
> Deadline for submissions: Friday 19 October 2012
> Notification to authors: Friday 7 December
> Camera ready version for pre-proceedings due: Friday 11 January 2013
> Final Camera-Ready version for publication: 17 May 2013
> Authors responding to this Call are asked to submit a full paper via a dedicated webpage on the 
> Easychair system, together with a short abstract and up to 5 keywords. Authors should clearly mention 
> at the top of their paper the track for which they are applying: either CPDP 2013 Experienced 
> Researchers or CPDP 2013 Junior Researchers.
> Papers should have a maximum length of 14 pages, and follow the CPDP layout rules based on the 
> Springer template
> The text of the paper should not include the name of the author(s) and all self-references should be 
> deleted. Submissions must be in PDF format. Submissions not meeting these criteria risk rejection 
> without consideration of quality.
> Contributions and identifying information should be submitted through the Easychair conference 
> system: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cpdp2013.
> Papers will be selected on the basis of their quality. All submitted papers will be peer reviewed by 
> members of the CPDP 2013 Scientific Committee (and other independent reviewers where necessary).
> Authors whose papers are selected will be invited to present them during the CPDP 2013 open panels. 
> Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their papers will be presented at the conference: at 
> least one author of each accepted paper is required to register with the main conference and present 
> the paper. The accepted papers will be accommodated in the conference pre-proceedings and will also 
> be considered for publication in the conference book published by Springer. The financial needs of 
> authors of selected papers will be taken into account and stipends will be made available when relevant.
> For further details on the conference structure and its main topic areas, interested researchers are 
> invited to visit the CPDP website www.cpdpconferences.org or 
> to contact info at cpdpconferences.org.

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