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2012-01-15 | Call for Essays for Privacy and Security Section of Social Network Analysis Encyclopedia (Springer)

posted 30 Aug 2011, 07:19 by Lola Fernández Santos   [ updated 14 Feb 2012, 15:24 ]
We invite you to consider submitting your essays to the special section
titled Privacy and Security Issues in Social Networks on any of the
following topics:
* Abuse/fraud/misbehavior detection and malware analysis in social networks
* Access control and identity management
* Actors as system and policy administrators
* Awareness of privacy and security issues
* Consequences of the use of real personal information in social networks
* Cybercrime and the use of online social networks
* Data protection inside and across communities
* Delegation and secure collaboration
* Ethics of data collection and social networks
* Screening new hires using social networks: a socio-ethical dilemma
* Global and border-crossing privacy and security management regulations
* Identity versus privacy, security, ethics, culture, civil liberty and
anonymity issues
* Legal and regulatory issues related to social networks and social media
* Location-based status updates in social networks
* Management of trust and privacy: reputation, rating and reviews
* Mitigating the privacy risks of social networks
* Modeling trust and reputation in social networks
* Privacy and disclosure in a social networking community
* Privacy and security challenges and mechanisms
* Privacy and security issues in spatio-temporal social networks
* Risk assessment and management
* Secure social-network application development and methodologies
* Secure tagging, bookmarking and annotations
* Social engineering and online social networks
* Social networks and collaborative filtering as a mechanism for social
sorting
* Social networks and the online privacy paradox
* Social network phishing
* Trust and reputation management and encouragement
* Ubiquitous social networks: opportunities and challenges for privacy-aware
user modelling
* Usability driven security mechanisms****

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Further information on the project, the Encyclopedia Advisory Board and
section editors can be found at:
http://refworks.springer.com/mrw/index.php?id=4366 ****

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Contributions to the Encyclopedia will be refereed. Further benefits for
authors are:
* Free online access to the Encyclopedia
* 33% discount on Springer books
* Affiliation listed in the contribution
* Affiliation included in ?List of Contributors" in the front matter of the
publication****

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The general outline for an essay in the Encyclopedia is as follows:
*Title of the Essay*
*Authors and Affiliations*
1. Synonyms
2. Glossary
3. Definition of the Subject
4. Introduction
4. Key Points
5. Historical Background
6. Foundations or Main Body (core part of the essay which will include
various sections)
7. Illustrative Example(s)
8. Key Applications
9. Future Directions
10. Cross-references
11. Acknowledgments
12. Bibliography or Recommended ********Reading************

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You may decide to omit some of these section headings if they are not to be
covered; for example some short essays that cover basic concepts may include
only 1,2,3,7, 12. However, I suggest that items 2,3,12 must be included in
any essay, i.e. a minimum essay would consist of items 2,3,12.****

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Short articles of 1-2pp are acceptable and long articles no longer than 8pp
are also welcome.****

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Please let me know as soon as possible if you can provide the essay for the
Encyclopedia. You may choose to co-author the essay with other colleague(s),
if necessary.****

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Important dates include:
* Deadline for the contribution: ****Sunday 15 January 2012****
* Feedback from reviewers: ****Sunday 11 March 2012****
* Revised version of the essay: ****Sunday 8 April 2012****
* Completed Encyclopedia: expected by mid-2012****

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