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[dvd-discuss] CFP DRM Workshop

Hi all,

just for your information:

DRM 2003

October 27, 2003
The Wyndham City Center
Washington DC, USA

Call for Papers

Original Research Papers on all aspects of Digital
Rights Management are solicited for submission
to the 2003 ACM Workshop on Digital Rights Management.
Topics of interest include anonymous publishing, 
architectures for DRM systems, auditing, business models 
for online content distribution, copyright-law issues, 
digital policy management, privacy and anonymity, 
risk management,  robust identification of digital content,
security issues (including but not limited to authorization, 
encryption, tamper resistance, and watermarking) threat and 
vulnerability assessment,  usability aspects of DRM systems,
web services.

Important Dates:      
Paper submissions due:  July 15, 2003 (Extended) 
Acceptance notifications: August 10, 2003 
Camera-read papers due:  September 1, 2003 
DRM Workshop: October 27, 2003

For more information visit the Web-page of the workshop:

General Co-Chairs:
Joan Feigenbaum, Yale University (USA)
Tomas Sanders, HP Labs (USA) 

Program Chair:
Moti Yung, Columbia University (USA) 

Program Committee:
Stefan Bechtold, U. of Tuebingen (Germany) 
Jean Camp, Harvard U. (USA)
Barbara Fox, Microsoft Research (USA) 
Matt Franklin, U.C. Davis, (USA)
Hideki Imai, U. of Tokyo (Japan)
Markus Jakobsson, RSA Labs. (USA) 
Ton Kalker, Philips Research and T.U. Eindhoven (The Netherlands)
Aggelos Kiayias, U. of Connecticut (USA) 
Jeff Lotspiech, IBM Research (USA) 
Catherine Meadows, NRL (USA) 
Deirdre Mulligan, U.C. Berkeley (USA) 
Paul van Oorschot, Carleton U. (Canada) 
Benny Pinkas, HP Labs. (USA) 
Rei Safavi-Naini, U. of Wollongong (Australia)
Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Ruhr-U. Bochum (Germany)
Barbara Simons, Consultant and USACM (USA)
Jessica Staddon, PARC (USA)


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