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"Prof. Becky Lentz" <[log in to unmask]>
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Please excuse any unavoidable cross-postings...

World Internet Policy Project (WIP2) Workshop'
>> ISCTE, Lisbon, Portugal (6 July 2010)
>> 
>> 
>> Call for papers
>> 
>> 
>> The increasing centrality of the Internet has made it the focus of policy
>> and regulatory initiatives around the world. Members of the World Internet
>> Project are building on their collaborative network to identify and track
>> key policy developments around the world in ways that can capture trends
>> and better inform debate aimed at avoiding the over- or under-regulation of
>> one of the most important information and communication technology
>> developments of the digital age.
>> 
>> This workshop in Lisbon will be the first organized around the World
>> Internet Policy Project (WIP2), and will be linked to the annual World
>> Internet Project meetings that will follow immediately after the workshop.
>> The organizers of the workshop invite abstracts of papers or presentations
>> from among but also beyond the WIP membership, who wish to participate in
>> this first workshop. Proposed papers or presentations would be welcomed on
>> such topics as:
>> 
>> -         freedom of expression
>> 
>> -         privacy and data protection
>> 
>> -         copyright and intellectual property
>> 
>> 
>> Organizers include:
>> 
>> Gustavo Cardoso, LINI  Lisbon Internet and Networks Institute
>> William Dutton, Oxford Internet Institute
>> 
>> Jeffrey Cole, Centre for the Digital Future (USC)
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Submissions
>> Submissions of abstracts are to be done via email to
>> [log in to unmask]
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On one page (in English):
>> 
>> 1.     Provide the working title of the paper
>> 2.     Include your name, organizational affiliation with location, and
>> e-mail address
>> 
>> 3.     Short biographical sketch of each author/presenter
>> 
>> On a second page (in English):
>> 
>> 1.     Working title of the paper
>> 2.     Abstract (maximum length is 600 words)
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> All submissions will be peer reviewed as the basis for acceptance.
>> Reviewers will assess the proposals using the following criteria:
>> 
>> 1.     Relevance to conference theme and topics
>> 2.     Conceptual/analytic quality
>> 
>> 3.     Comparative and empirical research is highly desired
>> 
>> 
>> Deadlines
>> 
>> Abstract Submission: May 16th 2010
>> 
>> Notification of Acceptance: May 31th 2010
> 
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