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The Fourth International Conference on Technical and Legal Aspects of the e-Society


February 24 - March 1, 2013 - Nice, France

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Submission (full paper) Sept 29 Oct 23, 2012
Notification Nov 24 Nov 29, 2012
Registration Dec 7 Dec 13, 2012
Camera ready Dec 22 Dec 25, 2012

ISBN: 978-1-61208-255-4

Published by IARIA XPS Press

Archived in the free access ThinkMindTM Digital Library
Prints available at Curran Associates, Inc.
Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a IARIA Journal
Articles will be submitted to appropriate indexes.

All tracks/topics are open to both research and industry contributions.


ACCESSIBILITY: Digital Divide, e-Democracy and e-Government

Digital Divide and Accessibility: Loss of autonomy; Access barriers of age, race, wealth; Problems caused by lack of accessibility; Development of accessibility standards; Legislation related to accessibility

e-Democracy and e-Government: Open and Free access; Free postings; Freedom of speech; Freedom of expression on the Internet; Anywhere access; Legal versus illegal; e-Trust; e-Voting and Internet voting; e-Garbage collection of private records; e-Transparency; e-Government and e-Democracy for e-Citizens; e-Environment

PRIVACY: e-Anonymity and e-Identity

Privacy: Human rights; Privacy versus Security versus Convenience (ease of use); Legitimate purposes; e-Citizen behavior; Right to privacy; Legitimate purposes; e-Citizen behavior; Search engine behavior and policies; Regulating search engines;

e-Anonymity and e-Identity: Anonymity; Pseudonimity; Multiple identities; Multiple locations; Wrong by eliminating accountability; Anonymity and social identity; Identity change; Multiple identities; Identity substitution; Securing identity

FRAUD: WEB x.0 Impersonation, e-Harassment, e-Threats, e-Loss

WEB x.0 Impersonation, and e-Harassment and e-Threats: Social malware; Spam; Bullying; Stalkers; Blogs; Anonymous emails; Hoaxes; e-Rumor email lists; Newsgroup article; Web pages; Pamphlets; Computer hacking; Spam; Carding; Botnets; Phishing; Worms; Virii; Network dynamics attacks; On-line using various data sets; FaceBook; Twitter; YouTube;; Corporate e-Hassle; Individual e-Hassle; Role and responsibility substitution, Social networking

e-Loss: Personal damage; Economic damage; Promoting the damage by acting against it; e-Loss evaluation

PROTECTION:  e-Fraud Prevention, e-Law, e-Punishment, e-International relations

e-Fraud Prevention: Technology and cyberlaws; Security enforcement; Trust referrals; Cryptography; Education; Law enforcement; Re-active and Pro-active actions; e-Law education

Technical Countermeasures: Detection of abusive traffic; Tools for interception and repression; Deep packet inspection; Communications interception; Communications wiretapping and records

e-Law: National laws protecting the anonymity; Responsibility for email messages; Lobbying for forbidding anonymity on the Internet; Lawfully regulate anonymity on the Internet; Prevent retaliation; Internet governance; Formal legislation; Soft laws;  e-Trust national regulatory aspects

e-Punishment: Lawful interception; Propagation traces; Banning; Content blocking; Long-term exchange records; Security pitfalls of e-democracy; e-Trust national enforcement laws;  e-Trust cross-digital police; Court warrants; Legal countermeasures

e-International relations: Conflict of laws; Extra-jurisdictional net (intellectual property, criminal enforcement); Lobbying for forbidding anonymity on the Internet; Lawfully regulate anonymity on the Internet; Prevent retaliation; Internet governance; Treaties and Conventions, e-Trust international regulatory context.


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