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iPAT 2021 : 4th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Privacy and Trust


When Aug 17, 2021 - Aug 20, 2021
Where all online
Submission Deadline May 24, 2021
Notification Due Jun 1, 2021
Final Version Due Jun 13, 2021
Categories    privacy   trust   security   interdisciplinary

Call For Papers

4th Interdisciplinary Workshop on Privacy and Trust (iPAT 2021) to be held in conjunction with the International Conference on Availability, Reliability & Security, ARES 2021

**** Scope ****
Mobile information and communication technology have become virtually ubiquitous due to the proliferation of smartphones and tablet computers; large sections of the society use this technology to their advantage. However, this convenience comes along with a growing collection and assessment of the users’ personal data. Research has shown that most users are often unaware of this increasing infringement of their privacy. Nevertheless, there is a group of users that expresses concern about the collection of their personal data. These users might be highly motivated to protect their data but lack the ability and technical expertise to do so. In order to support both user groups in raising their awareness of privacy and protecting their data, an interdisciplinary approach is needed to develop privacy-enhancing technologies. These technologies should address not only the technical aspect, but also aspects related to usability, psychology, economy, sociology, philosophy and law.
This interdisciplinary workshop, thus, seeks submissions from a wide range of disciplines (computer science, usability, law, economics, psychology, sociology, philosophy, ethics, …) that cover the various aspects of security, privacy and trust.

**** Topics of Interests ****
Include, but not limited to:
- (Mobile) Security, privacy and trust
- Mental models of security, privacy and trust
- Usable and transparency-enhancing security and privacy
- (Explainable) Artificial intelligence/machine learning
- Trust in, of and for data
- Data processing and transparency
- Data protection law and digital rights in theory and practice
- Mass surveillance and law enforcement (public/private)
- Digital nudging and dark patterns

**** Workshop Chairs ****
Max Mühlhäuser, TU Darmstadt, Germany
Stephen Marsh, Ontario Tech University, Canada
Jörg Daubert, Philipps University of Marburg, Germany

**** Submission ****
The submission guidelines valid for the iPAT workshop are the same as for the ARES conference. They can be found at

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