CHI 2016 one-day workshop on Everyday Surveillance: San Jose, CA, USA. 8th May 2016.<applewebdata://C37F6F22-8155-4899-92BE-83DE7B8ABE94/>

The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners to rethink and understand everyday surveillance practices. Topics include: new forms of surveillance that accompany developments in Big Data and the Internet of Things; self and peer surveillance via data-logging and wearable sensors; the anticipated and unanticipated effects of a surveillance culture; reconfiguring surveillance so as to empower the citizen or contribute to social good.

We invite interested researchers to submit a 2-page position paper in CHI ACM Extended Abstract Format relating to any of the topics identified above or related themes.

The final deadline will be 12th January 2016 and at least one author of each accepted position paper must attend the workshop and register for one day of the conference.

Accepted position papers will be published in the Resources section of this website prior to the start of the event for attendants to read and we will also discuss a published output.
For more information please visit the workshop website  at<>. Please direct queries and paper submissions to James Nicholson ([log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>).

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