UIx will co-organize a workshop at upcoming CHI2011 conference: "Privacy for a Networked World”: Bridging Theory and Design on Saturday, May 7, 2011, in Vancouver, BC, Canada
As our lives are more commonly mediated by information technology, an interactional perspective to how people find and construct privacy in socio-technical interactions has proven effective as a starting point for theoretical and empirical studies of privacy in everyday life in which online interactions have a significant role.
Yet, there remain important open questions regarding how to translate results based on this perspective into design practice. Addressing these questions requires a greater sensitivity to when interactional privacy is applicable, a better understanding of suitable research methods, and more effective means for communicating results to the researcher and practitioner communities. The goal of this workshop is to bring privacy theory and design together.
We seek participants from various domains for a multidisciplinary workshop to share their knowledge and views of both the theory and design of interactional privacy.
We invite 2-4 page submissions in ACM Ext. Abstracts format by January 26, 2011. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Theoretical and empirical study of interactional privacy.
(2) Ways of designing for interactional privacy.
More information available at http://networkedprivacy.wordpress.com
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