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Annual Privacy Forum 2022 - Call for papers

ENISA, DG CONNECT, the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University and the Koźminski University are organizing the Annual Privacy Forum (APF) 2022. On this occasion, a call for papers presenting original work on the themes of data protection and privacy and their repercussions on technology, business, government, law, society, policy and law enforcement has been launched.

Call for papers: APF2022

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Research – Opinion Papers

APF 2022 seeks contributions from policy makers and implementers, Data Protection Authorities, industry, consultants, researchers, NGOs and as well as civil society. Opinion and interpretation papers are expected to reflect the views of the author(s). Submissions can be up to 8000 words long, excluding bibliography and appendices. Both research and opinion papers should deal with at least one of the following aspects:

  • Implementation Aspects:
    • Privacy "by design" and "by default" paradigms
    • Adoption of PETs in contemporary digital services
    • State-of-the-art and development of PETs
    • Technical solutions for data portability and procedural issues
    • Technical solutions for preventing online and mobile tracking
    • Technical solutions for the enforcement and the implications of the subject’s right, e.g. right to erasure, access and correction
    • Information and consent in online environments: practical solutions and implementations
  • Modelling of data protection and privacy requirements, such as:
    • Machine readable representations and automatic evaluation of policies
    • Enabling transparency: technological and organizational challenges
    • Aspects of privacy in artificial intelligence, autonomous agents, Internet of Things
    • Practical implementation of GDPR and ePrivacy requirements
  • Sustainable business models and trustworthiness assessment for privacy friendly online services
    • Aspects of privacy impact and risk assessment
    • Security measures for the protection of personal data
    • Data protection certification
    • Economics of privacy and personal data
  •  Issues of third countries interest

Student Papers

In order to encourage participation of young researchers, the submission of papers by students is encouraged. These papers will be treated as thoroughly as full papers, but can be shorter (up to 4000 words, excluding bibliography and appendices) and reflect novel thinking that might not have been fully elaborated just yet.

Short Papers

In addition to student papers, short papers are also invited as this call is open to anyone who has a sketch of an idea, opinion or a call for collaboration. Short papers should be up to 4000 words, excluding bibliography and appendices and should not overlap with work published elsewhere.