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As our lives become increasingly digitized, how people maintain and manage their networked privacy has become a formidable challenge for academics, practitioners, and policy-makers. A shift toward people-centered privacy initiatives has shown promise; yet many applications still adopt a “one-size fits all” approach, which fails to consider how individual differences in concerns, preferences, and behaviors shape how different people interact with and through technology.

The main goal of this one-day workshop is to highlight individual differences (e.g., age, culture, personal preference) that influence users’ experiences and privacy-related outcomes and to formulate best practices to account for these differences within privacy research, system design, and the policies that regulate online privacy practices.

We welcome participants from all disciplines of academia and industry  who are interested in privacy– please join us!

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Important Dates
  • Submission Deadline: January 31st 2018
  • Notification: February 22nd 2018
  • Workshop Date: April 21st 2018

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