[PET] CfP: 2nd Annual Privacy Personas and Segmentation (PPS) Workshop (deadline: May 26)
bart.k at uci.edu
Tue Apr 7 01:59:24 BST 2015
***CfP: 2nd Annual Privacy Personas and Segmentation (PPS) Workshop (deadline: May 26)***
The 2nd Annual Privacy Personas and Segmentation (PPS) Workshop will be held in conjunction with SOUPS on June 22, 2015, in Ottawa, Canada. The deadline for submissions is May 26, 2015.
Additional information and paper submission instructions are available at http://bit.ly/PPS15
The workshop invites submissions that explore improved methods and tools for understanding privacy concerns, facilitating the construction of privacy personas and/or segmenting users on the basis of their diverse privacy attitudes, concerns, and behaviors. We also encourage submissions that use personas/sagmenting to predict online behavior and disclosure, to personalize interfaces, to suggest appropriate default settings, and to measure shifts in public sentiment.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- The use of segmentations and personas for representing privacy concerns
- Critiques of existing approaches and explorations of the inherent limitations of privacy segmentations or privacy personas
- New paradigms and instruments for understanding, measuring, and modeling privacy concerns, including machine learning based approaches
- Evaluations and critiques of existing instruments for measuring privacy concerns
- The role of context, personality, experiences, and other traits in influencing privacy concerns
- The relationship between privacy concerns, attitudes, and behavior
- Algorithms and tools for providing personalized privacy recommendations
- Other topics related to measuring, modeling, and characterizing privacy concerns
PPS invites authors to submit short research papers or position papers. Papers should be 1-6 pages in length (excluding references and appendices, using the SOUPS template).
Email inquiries may be sent to: bart.k at uci.edu or woodruff at google.com.
- Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University
- Bart Knijnenburg, University of California, Irvine
- Norman Sadeh, Carnegie Mellon University
- Allison Woodruff, Google
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