Privacy Symposium is a international conference established to attract and present cutting-edge research results on data protection, compliance, and emerging technologies..
Submission guidelines 2022
Paper Submissions and Publications
The Privacy Symposium 2022 solicits submission of full papers describing original research. Submitted papers must not be currently under review in any other conference or journal and has not been previously published. Submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of 12 printed pages using standard LNCS format including figures, without incurring additional page charges (maximum 2 additional pages, with over-length page fee).
Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and the Springer-Link Digitial Library. They will also be indexed by leading Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases like Scopus, DBLP, ISI, Google Scholar, etc.
Papers of particular merit will be recommended for a possible special issue in an international journal. There will also be best papers awards.
Important Dates for Paper Submissions
Special Session Proposal Submissions
The Privacy Symposium will be hosting a series of special sessions and invites the submission of special session proposals. They should emphasize on current topics relevant to the data protection and compliance community on the latest research, studies, innovations, societal and business issues and should include a mix of regular and invited presentations. Special Sessions should complement the regular program with new and emerging topics of interest.
Each Special Session must include the following and should be maximum five pages:
Accepted Special Sessions must implement Springer academic best practices regarding peer reviews and paper publication. Accepted and presented paper will be included in the conference proceedings, and the Springer Digital Library (pending approval).
The proposal must be submitted through EDAS system at [https://edas.info/] using the option for “Special Sessions Proposal”.