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We invite you to submit a position paper or extended bio
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“one-size fits all” approach: Exploring Individual Differences in Privacy
<> that will be held on Saturday
21st April, 2018, in Montreal ,Canada.

The goal of this one-day workshop is to promote important discussions in
the CHI community around the varied privacy needs and expectations of
users, and rethink the “one-size fits all” approach to privacy. These
issues are especially important for diverse populations, including people
from different cultural backgrounds and users of various age ranges. The
workshop will be an avenue where leading researchers from the HCI
community, social sciences and other diverse backgrounds collaboratively
work to develop viable solutions that will support users’ individual
differences in privacy.

****************IMPORTANT DATES*****************

Submissions Due - January 31st, 2018
Acceptance Notifications - February 22nd, 2018
Date of Workshop - April 21st, 2018

To encourage a diverse set of participants, we accept either one of the

   1. ​​
    A  two to four page position papers in CHI extended abstracts format
   that highlights your relevant background that can be used to address the
   workshop themes and highlighted topics provided below.
   2.  Alternatively, we also accept an extended bio that highlights
   research related to the workshop themes submitted with a CV (CV is

Papers and bios will be peer-reviewed, and submissions will be accepted
based on the relevance and development of the chosen topic, as well as the
potential to contribute to the workshop discussions and goals. Topics of
interest include, but are not limited to:

   - Identification of under-researched populations or sub-groups with
   special/unique privacy attitudes or behaviors
   - Identification of individual or contextual factors that influence
   privacy attitudes or behaviors
   - Ethical questions for segmenting users
   - Design guidelines for implementing user-tailored privacy solutions
   - Empirical studies that explore methods that integrate privacy
   solutions into online systems/applications or investigate possible policy
   - Methodological considerations for privacy researchers that supports
   individual privacy needs

Papers will be peer-reviewed by the workshop’s Program Committee, a list of
which can be found on the workshop website

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

*Workshop Organizers*:

Daricia Wilkinson, Clemson University

Moses Namara, Clemson University

Karla Badillo-Urquiola, University of Central Florida

Pamela Wisniewski, University of Central Florida

Bart Knijnenburg, Clemson University

Xinru Page, Bentley University

Eran Toch, Tel Aviv University

Jen Romano-Bergstrom, Instagram

Daricia Wilkinson
Ph.D. Student
School of Computing
Clemson University
100 McAdams Hall
Clemson, SC, 29634

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