Call for papers: Digital Ethics & Policy
The Center for Digital Ethics & Policy at Loyola University Chicago (digitalethics.org) will be holding its 3rd annual International Symposium on Digital Ethics on October 4th, 2013. The keynote speaker will be Douglas Rushkoff.
We are looking for papers on digital ethics. Topics might include privacy, anonymity, griefing, free speech, intellectual property, hacking, scamming, surveillance, information mining, transparency, digital citizenship, or anything else relating to ethical questions and digital technology, or ethical use of digital technologies in journalism, advertising and public relations.
This year we are ask that full papers be submitted for review. These papers should represent original research that has not been presented or published elsewhere.
Authors of accepted papers will be eligible for up to $400 in travel funds to be able to attend the Chicago symposium. The author(s) of the top student paper will be eligible for up to $1,000 in travel funds.
Papers are due by midnight CST on April 15th, 2013, should follow APA or MLA style and be no longer than 30 pages, not including references.
Authors of top papers will have the opportunity to have their work published in Proceedings from the 3rd Annual Symposium on Digital Ethics.
Send your submission in a MS Word document attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org, and please write "Digital Ethics Symposium submission" in the subject line. You can send questions to the same email address.