CALL FOR PAPERS: International Conference on Data Protection, Regulatory Compliance, and Innovative Technologies
The Privacy Symposium is an international conference established to attract, present, and discuss original and innovative research results and technology developments related to personal data protection and compliance with data protection legislation. To this end, it brings together legal and technology experts together with data protection authorities to share their knowledge and to support international dialogue and cooperation. The Call for Papers intends to identify original research results and innovative approaches to address the challenges related to data protection compliance, including with regards to innovative technologies.
- Law and Data Protection
- Technology and compliance
- Cybersecurity and data protection
- Data protection in practice
Paper submissions and publication guidelines
The Privacy Symposium solicits submission of original papers (unpublished) for:
- Academic papers will typically adopt a more theoretical approach and will ideally inform academics as well as practitioners (up to 20 pages).
- Industry papers address relevant topics from a more practical perspective and should also help ‘ground’ academic research (up to 20 pages).
- Short papers and work-in-progress papers report and discuss ongoing activities or report new ideas or early work in progress (up to 10 pages).
Special session proposal submission
The Privacy Symposium will be hosting a series of special sessions and invites the submission of special session proposals. They should emphasize on current topics relevant to the data protection and compliance community on the latest research, studies, innovations, societal and business issues and should include a mix of regular and invited presentations. Special Sessions should complement the regular program with new and emerging topics of interest.
For more information, please visit the website of the Privacy Symposium.
Call for papers detailed information is available here.