[CFP] COnSeNT Workshop 2022

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~ COnSeNT 2022 ~

2nd International Workshop on
Consent Management in Online Services, Networks and Things
co-located with 31st WEB Conference
26 April 2022 (tentative)

See more info and CFP at: https://consentworkshop.com/


CFP and Topics

We welcome technical, techno-legal or socio-technical papers, 
work-in-progress reports, industry insights and multi-disciplinary 
perspectives describing advances in all areas related to Consent 
including, but not limited to:

- Security and Trust of current Consent practices
- Network Protocols for Consent management
- Non-repudiation and Demonstrability of Consent
- Threat and Adversary modelling in Consent
- Consent Notices and User behaviour
- Novel technical approaches to collecting and managing Consent
- Data-driven Economies and Consent
- Use of dark patterns in consent collection
- Personal Data Economics and Models
- Usability in Consent
- Large-scale capture of Consent
- Accountability and Demonstration of Consent
- Consent management platforms
- Behavioral economics and Consent
- Consent in IoT and embedded devices
- Machine Learning Approaches to Consent
- Assistive technologies for Consent
- Incorporating Human-centric technologies for consent
- Consent management through browser signalling
- Uniformization of consent across different laws and regulations
- Visualisation techniques for consent
- Standards and Frameworks for information and processes associated with 

In addition to the above, we welcome submissions on the following 
'special topics' that are relevant to recent proposals, interests, and 
advances regarding consent:

- Feasibility and Strategies towards a Cookie-less Web (e.g. Phasing out 
of 1st/3rd Party Cookies)
- Approaches to privacy-preserving or client-side advertising on the Web 
based on consent
- Consent mechanisms for novel proposals for localised processing, such 
as FLOC,
- User interactions and consent for automation (i.e. AI)
- Internet/Web protocols and standards for Consent
- Role of web browsers in adopting consent mechanisms


Submission Instructions


Submissions must use the official ACM format with double-column format. 
ACM provides templates for MS-WORD and LaTeX, and has an official 
template for use in Overleaf.

Full papers must be at most 8 pages of main content, with additional 4 
pages for references and supplementary material (e.g. appendix). Papers 
must not have more than 12 pages for all content. Papers that do not 
meet the size and formatting requirements will not be reviewed. All 
papers must be in PDF format and submitted through EasyChair.

The review process is single-blind. Papers do not need to be anonymised 
prior to submission for review

Workshop proceedings will be published in the ACM Web Conference 
Companion Volume.

Key dates

     submission deadline: 03 February 2022 AoE
     notification by: 03 March 2022
     camera-ready by: 08 March 2022


Workshop Organisers

Vitor Jesus - School of Computing and Digital Technology, Birmingham 
City University, UK

Harshvardhan J. Pandit - ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Cristiana Santos - School of Law, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Paulina Jo Pesch - Center for Applied Legal Studies (ZAR) at the 
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and IT Security Research Group 
at the University of M√ľnster


Harshvardhan J. Pandit, Ph.D
Research Fellow
ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin

Harshvardhan J. Pandit, Ph.D
Research Fellow
ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin

Received on Thursday, 9 December 2021 14:21:37 UTC