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Developments on Daily Life Monitoring, a 2015 : Developments on Daily Life Monitoring, and control of liberty


When Apr 20, 2015 - Apr 22, 2015
Where Prague, Czech Republic
Submission Deadline Jan 30, 2015
Notification Due Feb 15, 2015
Final Version Due Mar 30, 2015

Call For Papers

Call for Papers on ICCMIT 2015:

“Developments on Daily Life Monitoring, and control of liberty”

Objective and Motivation
The generalization of daily monitoring data records has established the need to ensure safety and protection of privacy rights. Claims of privacy violation increase with public discomfort over the lack of appropriateness between the level of data recorded and the incidental usage of this data. It is difficult to define an acceptable general level of privacy violation for all because this level is specific to each culture. This right for privacy seems a fair balance between the need to control citizens in their interaction with society and the legitimate need for anonymity of each person.

The conference session titled “Developments on Daily Life Monitoring, and control of liberty” welcomes theoretical and/or empirical papers from all areas of research (e.g. sociology, law, philosophy, computer sciences, political sciences, marketing, healthcare, etc...) in regard to the study of control of liberty and the development of daily life monitoring through Internet in general and Social networks in particular. The purpose is to highlight social impacts of the fundamental evolution around data processing by using information and communication technologies to collect, analyze, and exchange daily information.

Scope and Interests

The social impact of the developments on daily life monitoring and control of liberty may include, but not limited to, the following:
• commercial exploitation of personal information
• monitoring through internet of things
• cross checking collected data
• limitation of internet access
• threat on privacy
• protection against the collection of personal data
• localization sharing and personal contacts sharing

Paper Submission Important Dates
All instructions and templates for submission can be found in the ICCMIT 2015 web site: Please, contact the special session organizers if you are planning to submit any paper.
Paper abstract submission: until January 30, 2015
Notification of acceptance: February 15, 2015
Final paper submission and authors camera ready: March 30, 2015
Conference Dates: April 20-22, 2015

Organized by:
Mona Al-Ashkar Jabour, Lionel Khalil

Lebanese University,
Notre Dame University – Louaize,

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