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Proceedings of PrimeLife / IFIP Summer School 2009 published PDFPrintE-mail

Proceedings of PrimeLife / IFIP Summer School 2009 published


The fifip_logo.jpgifth International Summer School organised jointly by PrimeLife in cooperation with the IFIP WG 9.2, 9.6/11.7, 11.4, 11.6 had been held in Nice, France, 7th – 11th of September, 2009.

The proceedings of the Summer School 2009 have now been published at Springer and are available online at Springerlink or may be purchased in print inter alia at,,


Table of Contents


Lifelong Privacy

Lifelong Privacy: Privacy and Identity Management for Life (Keynote Paper)
Andreas Pfitzmann and Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann


Delegation for Privacy Management from Womb to Tomb – A European Perspective 
Marit Hansen, Maren Raguse, Katalin Storf, and Harald Zwingelberg


Saving On-Line Privacy (Keynote Paper)
Jan Camenisch and Gregory Neven


Privacy for Social Network Sites and Collaborative Systems

Context Is Everything: Sociality and Privacy in Online Social Network Sites (Keynote Paper)
Ronald Leenes


The Freddi Staurs of Social Networking – A Legal Approach (Keynote Paper)
Eleni Kosta


Facebook and Its EU Users – Applicability of the EU Data Protection Law to US Based SNS


On the Security and Feasibility of Safebook: A Distributed Privacy-Preserving Online Social Network (Keynote Paper)
Antonio Cutillo, Refik Molva, and Thorsten Strufe


Privacy-Respecting Access Control in Collaborative Workspaces
Stefanie Pötzsch and Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann


Privacy for eGovernment Applications

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PrimeLife / IFIP Summer School – final program released PDFPrintE-mail


The sixth International Summer School organised jointly by the EU FP7 project PrimeLife and the IFIP Working Groups 9.2, 9.6/11.7 11.4, 11.6 will be held in
Helsingborg, Sweden, 2nd – 6th August 2010
in cooperation with the EU FP7 project ETICA.

The final program is now available at the summer school website.

The program consists of 14 invited keynotes held by experts and senior researchers. 28 papers have been accepted for the workshops for the track on “Privacy and Identity Management for Life”. Four additional papers have been accepted for the track on privacy and related ethical issues held in cooperation with the ETICA project.

The PrimeLife web team wishes all participants a safe journey and a fascinating week.

Final program of the PrimeLife Summer School 2010
Accepted papers


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