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CFP PrivOn2016 @ ISWC2016 - 4th International Workshop on Society, Privacy and the Semantic Web - Policy and Technology

From: Sabrina Kirrane <sabrina.kirrane@wu.ac.at>
Date: Tue, 3 May 2016 11:06:24 +0100
To: semantic-web@w3.org, public-lod@w3.org
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4th International Workshop on Society, Privacy and the Semantic Web -
Policy and Technology (PrivOn 2016)
October 17th-18th, 2016, Kobe, Japan

http://linkedstartup.ifs.tuwien.ac.at/2016/news/
Twitter: @LinkedStartup #LinkedStartup2016
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Abstract
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Schneier’s article “The Internet is a surveillance state” summarised the
state of Internet privacy as “Welcome to an Internet without privacy,
and we've ended up here with hardly a fight”. Later, Snowden revealed
that the NSA was tracking online communication in a large-scale
surveillance programme. This was followed by revelations that other
countries were running similar covert operations. On the 25th
anniversary of the Web, Tim Berners-Lee called on the world to take a
stand against surveillance and suggested the creation of a global
digital bill of rights.

Since last years workshop privacy continues to make headline news.
Autumn, saw the collapse of the EU-US Safe Harbor Agreement, which
resulted in legal uncertainty regarding transatlantic data exchange and
in December, the new EU Data Protection Regulation was finally
completed, after years of discussion involving parliamentarians,
lobbyists and activists.

This workshop aims to raise awareness that the technologies our
community are working on have global societal consequences and, vice
versa, our research can be guided by social, economic and legal privacy
requirements. This year’s workshop will build on previous workshops, by
investigating the privacy implications of semantic technology and also
how the technology can be used to develop privacy preservation tools.

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Topics Of Interest
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This workshop aims to capture the intersection between society, policy
and technology, by examining the privacy implications and opportunities
of semantic technologies. We welcome submissions on (but not restricted
to) the following topics:

-Surveillance, tracking and semantic technologies
-What should a “Magna Carta for Data” look like?
-What societal conventions are necessary to protect privacy and how can
they be supported by semantic technologies?
-What are the economic incentives for privacy preserving semantic tools?
-What impact does privacy legislation have on Linked Data and semantic
technologies?
-Synchronisation of policies from different legal domains
-Semantic tools for monitoring and enforcing privacy and data protection
laws
-Managing personal information disclosure in semantic environments
-Techniques for anonymity, pseudonymity and unlinkability in linked and
semantic data
-Dealing with inference in private, sensitive or confidential data
-Protecting against pattern/behaviour discovery and community mining
-Protecting against identity theft and data falsification
-Encryption together with linked and semantic data
-Digital signatures together with linked and semantic data
-Data transparency and user consent on the Web of Data
-Data provenance and trustworthiness of knowledge sources
-Semantic technology and privacy by design
-Semantic technology and privacy impact assessments
-Privacy challenges arising from Linked Open Data
-Case Studies: Impact of semantic technologies on privacy in specific domain

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Format and Submission Procedure
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Contributions to the workshop can be made in terms of papers and reports
as well as position papers addressing different issues of the stated
topics of interest. Research papers and reports (up to 16 pages) and
position papers (up to 8 pages), must adhere to the LNCS Style. Papers
must be submitted in PDF format through the workshop submission site at:
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=privon2016. Papers will be
reviewed by the program committee and a limited number will be selected
for presentation at the workshop. We aim to publish the proceedings of
the workshop online at CEUR-WS.

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Important Dates
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July 7, 2016 - Paper submission deadline
July 31, 2016  - Author notifications
August 7, 2016 - Camera ready due
October 17-18, 2016 - PrivOn 2016 Workshop

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Organising Committee
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Christopher Brewster, TNO, Amsterdam
Email:Christopher.Brewster@tno.nl
Web: http://www.cbrewster.com

Michelle Cheatham, Wright State University, USA
Email:michelle.cheatham@wright.edu Web:
http://www.michellecheatham.com/

Mathieu d'Aquin, Knowledge Media Institute of the Open University,
United Kingdom Email:Mathieu.Daquin@open.ac.uk
Web: http://kmi.open.ac.uk/people/member/mathieu-daquin

Stefan Decker, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Email: stefan@stefandecker.org
Web: http://www.stefandecker.org

Sabrina Kirrane, Vienna University of Business and Economics
Email:sabrina.kirrane@wu.ac.at
Web: http://www.sabrinakirrane.com/

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Program Committee
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-Piero Bonatti, Universita di Napoli Federico II, Italy
-Pompeu Casanovas,Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, ​​Spain
-David Corsar, University of Aberdeen, UK
-Luca Costabello, Fujitsu, Ireland
-Philippe Cudré- Mauroux, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
-Ernesto Damiani, University of Milan, Italy
-Tim Finin, University of Maryland Baltimore County, USA
-Kristine Gloria, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), USA
-RV Guha, Google, USA
-Vinay Gupta, Etheruem/Consensys, UK
-Harry Halpin, W3C/INRIA, France
-Benjamin Heitmann, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
-Pascal Hitzler, Wright State University, USA
-Shinsaku Kiyomoto, Information Security Laboratory, Japan
-Krzysztof Janowicz, University of California, USA
-Ian Niles, Microsoft, USA
-Inah Omoronyia, University of Glasgow, UK
-Axel Polleres, Institute for Information Business of WU, Austria
-Víctor Rodríguez Doncel, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
-Harald Sack, University of Potsdam, Germany
-Ravi Sandhu, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
-Stefan Schlobach, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
-Jetzabel Serna, Deutsche Telekom Chair of Mobile Business and
Multilateral Security, Germany
-Nigel Shadbolt, University of Southampton Highfield, UK
-Sarah Spiekermann, Institute for Management Information Systems, WU,
Austria
-Keerthi Thomas, The Open University, UK
-Bert Van Nuffelen, Tenforce, Belgium
-Aad Versteden, Versteden Tenforce, Belgium
-Serena Villata, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France
-Daniel Weitzner, CSAIL, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
-Rigo Wenning, W3C, France
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For questions regarding the workshop, please contact
sabrina.kirrane@wu.ac.at.
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