[LINK] CFP 2014 Proposals open to March 1
Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Sun Feb 9 06:10:07 AEDT 2014
>Date: Sat, 8 Feb 2014 12:08:15 -0500
>From: <announcements at cfp.org>
>Subject: [CFP] CFP 2014 is now accepting submissions! Deadline March 1
>The 2014 Computers, Freedom, and Privacy Conference will be held June 8-10
>at the Airlie Center in Warrenton, Virginia. The Airlie Center is located
>45 minutes outside of Washington, DC in the heart of Virginia wine country.
>The Center will provide a serene backdrop for CFP 2014 to facilitate
>conversations, community, and change. This year's conference will be
>co-chaired by Nuala O'Connor and Amie Stepanovich and will feature the
>theme, "The Internet Wants to be Free."
>The Call for Proposals for CFP 2014 is now live! Proposals are due no later
>than March 1, 2014. The preferred method for proposal submission is via the
>CFP electronic submission system <http://www.cfp.org/2014/submissions/>. If
>you are unable to use the system, you may alternatively email your proposal
>to cfp14-submissions at cfp.org. Proposals should include the following:
> - Descriptive title;
> - Organizer's name, including affiliation and contact information;
> - Proposed speakers, including affiliation and contact information.
> Please indicate if the speaker is confirmed or tentative;
> - Format (see below);
> - Short description of session content (2-3 sentences);
> - Detailed description of session content and goals (1-2 paragraphs);
> - Diversity information (see below);
> - Preferred length for your proposed presentation (15, 30, 60, or 90
>Please visit the "Calls/Participation" page at
>for more information on how to submit a proposal. Good luck!
>Nuala & Amie
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