[Om-announce] Call for participation - Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2013)

WPES 2013 wpes2013 at unimi.it
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Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2013)
Berlin, Germany - November 4, 2013


The need for privacy-aware policies, regulations, and techniques has been
widely recognized. This workshop discusses the problems of privacy in the
global interconnected societies and possible solutions. The 2013 Workshop,
held in conjunction with the ACM CCS conference, is the twelfth in a yearly
forum for papers on all the different aspects of privacy in today's
electronic society.

The workshop will be a 1-day event featuring technical presentations
of 20 full papers and 10 short papers.

The 12th Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2013)
will be held in Berlin, Germany.


Registration information is available at:


7.30 - 8.25: Breakfast [Room B01/B02]


8.25 - 8.30: Opening [Room C01]


8.30 - 10.30: First Morning Session

Session 1A: Privacy in Social Network and Access Control [Room C01 - Chair: Rob Johnson]
- The Post Anachronism: The Temporal Dimension of Facebook Privacy
  (Lujo Bauer, Lorrie Faith Cranor, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L.
   Mazurek, Michael K. Reiter, Manya Sleeper, and Blase Ur)
- Anonymously Sharing Flickr Pictures with Facebook Friends
  (Jan Camenisch, Günter Karjoth, Gregory Neven, and Franz-Stefan Preiss)
- On the Use of Decentralization to Enable Privacy in Web-Scale
  Recommendation Services
  (Animesh Nandi, Armen Aghasaryan, and Ishan Chhabra)
- Optimally Private Access Control
  (Markulf Kohlweiss and Alfredo Rial)

Session 1B: Anonymity [Room B95 - Chair: Amir Herzberg]
- You Cannot Hide for Long: De-Anonymization of Real-World Dynamic Behaviour
  (George Danezis and Carmela Troncoso)
- Analysis of the Impact of Data Granularity on Privacy for the Smart Grid
  (Valentin Tudor, Magnus Almgren, and Marina Papatriantafilou)
- Thinking Inside the BLAC Box: Smarter Protocols for Faster
  Anonymous Blacklisting
  (Ryan Henry and Ian Goldberg)
- Distributed Privacy-Preserving Transparency Logging
  (Tobias Pulls, Roel Peeters, and Karel Wouters)


10.30 - 11.00: Coffee Break [Room B01/B02]


11.00 - 12.30: Second Morning Session

Session 2A: Privacy of Genomic Data and of Accesses [Room C01 - Chair: Ryan Henry]
- Protecting and Evaluating Genomic Privacy in Medical Tests and
  Personalized Medicine
  (Erman Ayday, Jean Louis Raisaro, Jacques Rougemont, and
   Jean-Pierre Hubaux)
- Secure Genomic Testing with Size- and Position-Hiding Private
  Substring Matching
  (Emiliano De Cristofaro, Sky Faber, and Gene Tsudik)
- Outsourced Private Information Retrieval
  (Yizhou Huang and Ian Goldberg)

Session 2B: Privacy Preserving Computation [Room B95 - Chair: Delfina Malandrino]
- Distributed ElGamal a la Pedersen - Application to Helios
  (Veronique Cortier, David Galindo, Stephane Glondu, and
   Malika Izabachene)
- Privacy-Preserving Billing for e-Ticketing Systems in Public
  (Florian Kerschbaum, Hoon Wei Lim, and Ivan Gudymenko)
- Canon-MPC, A System for Casual Non-Interactive Secure
  Multi-Party Computation Using Native Client
  (Ayman Jarrous and Benny Pinkas)


12.30 - 14.00: Lunch Break [Room B01/B02]


14.00 - 15.30: First Afternoon Session

Session 3A: Location Privacy [Room C01 - Cahir: Michael Waidner]
- Optimal Sporadic Location Privacy Preserving Systems in Presence
  of Bandwidth Constraints
  (Michael Herrmann, Carmela Troncoso, Claudia Diaz, and Bart Preneel)
- Inferring Social Ties in Academic Networks Using Short-Range
  Wireless Communications
  (Igor Bilogrevic, Kévin Huguenin, Murtuza Jadliwala, Florent Lopez,
  Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Philip Ginzboorg, and Valtteri Niemi)
- Redeem with Privacy (RwP): Privacy Protecting Framework for
  Geo-Social Commerce
  (Md Moniruzzaman and Ken Barker)

Session 3B: Anonymous Communication [Room B95 - Chair: Aaron Johnson]
- Improved Website Fingerprinting on Tor
  (Tao Wang and Ian Goldberg)
- ScrambleSuit: A Polymorphic Network Protocol to Circumvent Censorship
  (Philipp Winter, Tobias Pulls, and Juergen Fuss)
- On the Limits of Provable Anonymity
  (Nethanel Gelernter and Amir Herzberg)


15.30 - 16.00: Coffee Break [Room B01/B02]


16.00 - 17.40: Second Afternoon Session

Session 4A: Privacy Protocols, Password Security, and Privacy in Social Media [Room C01]
- Using Mobile Device Communication to Strengthen E-voting Protocols
  (Michael Backes, Martin Gagné, and Malte Skoruppa)
- Conscript Your Friends into Larger Anonymity Sets with JavaScript
  (Henry Corrigan-Gibbs and Bryan Ford)
- Improved Group Off-the-Record Messaging
  (Hong Liu, Eugene Vasserman, and Nicholas Hopper)
- The Password Allocation Problem: Strategies for Reusing
  Passwords Effectively
  (Rishab Nithyanand and Rob Johnson)
- Proactive Insider Threat Detection Through Social Media: the YouTube Case
  (Miltiadis Kandias, Vasilis Stavrou, Nick Bozovic, and Dimitris Gritzalis)

Session 4B: Identify and Assess Privacy Risks [Room B95 - Chair: Florian Kerschbaum]
- Inferring Trip Destinations From Driving Habits Data
  (Rinku Dewri, Prasad Annadata, Wisam Eltarjaman, and Ramakrishna Thurimella)
- The Place (and Price) Is Right: An Economic Solution to Location Privacy
  (Christopher Riederer, Augustin Chaintreau, Jacob Cahan, and
   Vijay Erramilli)
- Privacy Awareness about Information Leakage: Who Knows What about Me?
  (Delfina Malandrino, Andrea Petta, Vittorio Scarano, Luigi Serra,
   Raffaele Spinelli, and Balachander Krishnamurthy)
- SideAuto: Quantitative Information Flow for Side-Channel Leakage in
  Web Application
  (Xujing Huang and Pasquale Malacaria)
- No Surprises: Measuring Intrusiveness of Smartphone Applications
  by Detecting Objective Context Deviations
  (Fan Zhang, Fuming Shih, and Daniel Weitzner)


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