UBICOMP PRIVACY: PRIVACY IN CONTEXT
How could privacy issues raised by ubicomp systems be solved in context? In discussing this question, this workshop seeks to understand
potential social, technical, and legal solutions to reducing, managing, or redefining privacy risks. In particular, how will these solutions
play out under real-world constraints, shaped by the context of a specific application, set of users, or culture? Instead of seeing
privacy as an isolated abstract concept we are interested in reviewing and discussing privacy as an integral part of individual contexts of
technology use, which greatly influences both concepts and systems design. We invite submissions reflecting diverse perspectives on privacy,
whether based on notions of individual rights, legal contracts, economic incentives, social obligation, or interpersonal intimacy.
Submission Deadline (workshop position papers): EXTENDED TO July 8, 2005