1st International Workshop on Privacy in Semantic Technologies – PriSeT 2013
The recent success of the Semantic technologies have triggered a new wave of interest in government and industry who aim to apply Linked Data principles to exploit the large datasets being made public. Since the data generated is from real users, the question of privacy is highly relevant to how knowledge is discovered, extracted, integrated and used. To this end, it is important for the Linked Data community to not only pay attention to privacy but also to proactively discover and address privacy related issues at every stage. Any failing in this area at this critical juncture could only jeopardise the many Open Data initiatives currently being pursued by government, academia and industry. This workshop provides a platform for the researchers who specialise in Semantic technologies, Linked Data and Web data integration and are investigating knowledge capture approaches to understanding and modelling privacy-related situations, to disseminate their work and get critical feedback.
- Paper Submission: 15th April 2011
- Author Notification: 30th April , 2013
- Camera ready copy due: 15th May 2013
- Workshop date: 23rd June 2013