[Soups-announce] CHI 2016 Workshop: Bridging the Gap between Privacy by Design and Privacy in Practice
Lorrie Faith Cranor
lorrie at cs.cmu.edu
Wed Dec 9 13:12:27 EST 2015
This may be of interest to SOUPS folks….
CHI 2016 Workshop: Bridging the Gap between Privacy by Design and Privacy in Practice
San Jose, California
Organizers: Luke Stark (New York University), Jen King (University of California Berkeley), Xinru Page (Bentley University), Airi Lampinen (Mobile Life Center), Jessica Vitak (University of Maryland), Pamela Wisniewski (University of Central Florida), Tara Whalen (Google), Nathan Good (Good Research)
Call for Participation
This intensive one-day workshop (May 7th or 8th, 2016) aims to reinvigorate conversations in the CHI community around privacy and design by refocusing attention on developing methods to systematically incorporate privacy into design processes. The workshop will bring together leading privacy researchers in academia and industry to unpack the barriers preventing “privacy by design” (PbD) concepts from being implemented in real world contexts. Through this workshop, participants will suggest privacy heuristics focused explicitly on PbD to better address the challenges that have prevented their adoption by practitioners; formulate concrete strategies for bridging the divide between privacy research, design, and implementation; and build and strengthen academic-industry partnerships to enable new research opportunities that span these arenas.
Potential participants are asked to submit 2 to 4 page position papers in CHI extended abstract format that address the workshop themes and highlighted topics provided in the call. To foster broader participation, we also encourage designers and other industry practitioners to submit alternative material of rough equivalence (e.g., a design portfolio, white paper, or similar). We encourage that authors make suggestions about relevant design guidelines, heuristics, or existing research in their papers for further discussion at the workshop.
Submissions will be accepted based on the relevance and development of the chosen topic, as well as their potential to contribute to the workshop discussions and goals. Papers will be peer-reviewed by the workshop’s Program Committee, a full list of which is available on the workshop website. Submitters should also review the report from the CCC Privacy Enabling Design workshop [http://cra.org/ccc/events/pbd-privacy-enabling-design/] for background on the ongoing discussion in this area.
Please submit position papers or industry relevant materials to the workshop organizers at privacybydesign2016 at gmail.com. Submission deadlines are as follows:
Early acceptance round submissions (for those who require notification within the FY2015 for administrative purposes) due: December 18, 2015
Early acceptance round notifications to participants: 21 December, 2015
Final acceptance round submissions due: 13 January, 2016
Final acceptance round notifications to participants: 29 January, 2016
Participants’ final submissions due: 12 February, 2016
Successful position papers, workshop information and other materials can be found at https://networkedprivacy2016.wordpress.com/. Please note that at least one author of each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and that all participants must register for both the workshop and for at least one day of the conference.
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