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DICCDI 2011 : Privacy and Identity Management for Communities - Communities for Privacy and Identity Management


When Oct 4, 2011 - Oct 7, 2011
Where Berlin, Germany
Submission Deadline Apr 24, 2011
Notification Due May 23, 2011
Final Version Due Jul 1, 2011
Categories    identity management   communities   privacy   security

Call For Papers

Internet communities are spreading rapidly in all areas of life. For their members, they are central to their social networking and information sharing. In those communities, many elements of identity management are used for fundamental functions. For example, a cross-domain identity management infrastructure is often used to exchange (partial) identities with third party providers in order to generate benefits for those involved. However, this also implies privacy risks, due to the cross-domain exchange of identity information, or due to centralized data processing. The Implementation of privacy-friendly technologies has not kept pace with the rapid spread of communities.

On the other hand, communities can as well be utilized for improving data privacy. Many successful privacy-enhancing technologies are provided by communities of enthusiasts. They often gather for ideological reasons, to jointly contribute to a better privacy on the Web.

The goal of this workshop is to attract scientists, practitioners, representatives of
communities and providers of community platforms to enable an interdisciplinary discussion illuminating this vibrant field of Internet culture.

Possible topics include:
- Identity management systems for community platforms
- Privacy-friendly and -promoting implementation of community functions
Communities in the Identity Management Ecosystem
- Privacy-enhancing systems and their surrounding communities
- Commercialization of (partial) identities by providers of community platforms
- Privacy and user-generated content
- Cross-organizational identity management in business communities
- Evaluation of Identity Management within or through communities
- Usability, Accessibility & E-inclusion aspects of identity management in communities and their platforms
- Data security and risk assessment in the selection of identity management systems for communities
- Legal, economic and social aspects of privacy and identity management in communities
- User communities enabling anonymity and privacy protection

Important dates:
April 24th 2011 Submission of papers
May 23th 2011 Results of reviews
July 1st 2011 Submission of final versions
October 4th-7th 2011 INFORMATIK 2011 in Berlin

Target audience:
Practitioners from communities, industry and administration as well as scientists
from the fields of computer science, business, law, social sciences and related
disciplines are invited to submit. Theoretical, scientific papers, case studies from
practice and position papers on social implications are equally welcome.

Submission Format:
The accepted workshop papers will appear in common proceedings in the GI
series 'Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) and should be created following the LNI
format guidelines. For more details on those, see

The submission is performed electronically via the easy chair system
( All details
concerning the submission of papers are available via the conference website

Jan Zibuschka, Fraunhofer IAO
Dr. Lexi Pimenidis, iDev GmbH
Marit Hansen, Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig-Holstein
Dr. Heiko Rossnagel, Fraunhofer IAO

Program Committee:
Ralf Bendrath, FU Berlin
Arslan Brömme, GI e.V. / BIOSIG
Prof. Dr. Christoph Busch, CAST e.V.
Dr. Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann, TU Dresden
Prof. Dr. Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Universitat Rovira i Virgili
Prof. Dr. Hannes Federrath, University of Regensburg
Dr. Lars Fischer, DIS AG
Dr. Lothar Fritsch, Norsk Regnesentral
Matthias Herbert, Fraunhofer IAO
Dr. Gerrit Hornung, University of Kassel
Dr. Detlef Hühnlein, ecsec GmbH
Dr. Luigi Lo Iaconco, NEC Europe Ltd.
Alexander Nouak, Fraunhofer IGD
Dr. Andriy Panchenko, University of Luxembourg
Henrich C. Pohl, University of Passau
Prof. Dr. Alexander Rossnagel, University of Kassel
Tobias Scherner, marketing partner Agentur GmbH
Dr. Philip Scholz, Federal Ministry of Justice
Rolf Wendolsky JonDos
Rigo Wenning, W3C
Dr. Alexander Wiesmaier, TU Darmstadt
Jürgen Zorenc, IDpendant GmbH

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