1st Global Conference on Privacy and Ethics
October 24-26, 2011, St. Louis, MO – Exact Location TBD
Abstract Submission Deadline – May 31, 2011
Booking Form Deadline – June 15, 2011 -
Payment Info - All invoices are created upon acceptance of your abstract and are due NET 15.
Conference Draft Deadline – September 30, 2011
Mode of Submission - Via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org - Privacy 2011 as the Subject Line
.doc, .docx, or .rtf files only. Please do NOT send .pdf files.
“Who could deny that privacy is a jewel…?” - Phyllis McGinley
Is the right to privacy a human right? Is it a political issue? Is privacy a cultural issue? Privacy, in its most basic definition, is the ability to keep one’s belongings, ideas, information, and/or intentions to one’s self.
The 1st Global Conference on Privacy and Ethics intends to explore the issues surrounding the legal, ethical, and social aspects of privacy. Please refer to the following themes in relation to this conference. We will accept abstracts on any related aspect of this research study area.
Research Areas of Exploration
Global Research Studies wishes to explore the following themes in relation to Privacy and Ethics.
Privacy in the Home
Public Life – Entertainers and Privacy Rights
Privacy Policies and the Internet
Wire-Tapping and Governmental “Invasions” of Privacy
Taxation and Privacy
Physical Privacy – Dwellings
Trespassing, Stalking, and Identity Theft
Religion, Spiritual, and Privacy of Beliefs
These areas are the basic areas that we are seeking to conduct research, but will consider other areas of exploration for this or additional research groups for the future.
To begin research in any of these areas, submit your 200-400 word abstract to email@example.com and use Privacy 2011 as your subject line. Please see our abstract submission guidelines when preparing your abstract.
Submission of your abstract shows intent to attend the upcoming conference where you will share your ideas about this study with others that are too conducting related studies in the areas mentioned above. Once your abstract is received, reviewed and accepted, you will be sent a formal invitation to participate in the upcoming conference.
More details concerning the venue will be available soon including accomodations and room availability on sight.
Conference fees are $365 USD and includes coffee/tea breaks, lunch on days 1 & 2 of the conference, a wine reception on the first evening of the conference. Also, an electronic publication (ebook) will result from the conference proceedings and all attending delegates are eligible for a hard copy publication of extended research subject matter that may result from those proceedings. Each delegate will receive on complimentary copy of any hard copy proceedings and disounts on subsequent copies of the same. Airfaire and hotel accomodations are the responsibility of the delegates.
Steps to the Conference:
1. Submit an abstract of 200-400 words by the deadline: May 31, 2011.
2. After receipt of your acceptance letter, use the booking form on our site to book your attendance. Booking deadline:
June 15, 2011.
3. You will be invoiced once we receive your booking form. All delegates must pay to attend. Invoices are Net 15.
4. Submit your conference draft paper by September 30, 2011.
5. Attend the conference on October 24-26, 2011.
All delegates that have made payment will receive a packet via postal mail that includes conference ticket, area attractions information, local transportation information and a conference program.
We look forward to a vast dialogue. Please share this information with friends, coworkers and colleages so that they too may be a part of this unique and exciting opportunity.
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