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Mar 10, 2015

Call for papers: Annual Privacy Forum 2015 — ENISA

Mar 09, 2015
Call for papers: Annual Privacy Forum 2015

The call for papers in now open.
Authors are invited to submit original work, illustrating explicitly how the presented work can contribute to bridging the gap between research and policy, as well as multidisciplinary papers regarding the technological, legal and societal aspects of privacy.  State of Knowledge papers (surveys) are also invited.
In encourage contributions from policy makers, representatives of competent authorities (such as Data Protection Authorities), industry experts, NGOs and civil society associations, opinion papers are invited from all stakeholders on the above mentioned topics. Opinion papers will reflect the opinion/position of the author(s) on the selected privacy-related topic.
Submissions must be written in English and need to comply with the Springer LNCS style guide. Authors must submit their papers by the deadline indicated on the conference web site and follow the requirements stated there.
For further information on this year’s topics and instructions on the call for papers, please visit: http://privacyforum.eu/call-for-papers
Submission deadline is May 15th, 2015.
All submitted articles that meet the quality requirements set by the editorial committee will be published on the APF website. Furthermore, selected opinion articles by the editorial committee will be included in the special APF 2015 Electronic Magazine.
For further information visit http://privacyforum.eu/ and follow #APF15
Call for papers: Annual Privacy Forum 2015 — ENISA: Call for papers: Annual Privacy Forum 2015 — ENISA

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