[Governance] CfP Data Protection at a Time of Social Emergency | CPDP LatAm

LB at lucabelli.net LB at lucabelli.net
Mon Jun 1 13:59:16 EDT 2020

 Dear colleagues, 
 As many of you already know, the Latin American editions of the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference - originally planned for June 2020, at FGV, in Rio de Janeiro - has been postponed due to the Covid19 outbreak.
 Considering the extremely difficult challenges determined by the current pandemic, the CPDP team (https://cpdp.lat/en/about-us/) has decided to try make the best out of the current situation and redefine the call for papers with some relevant updates. The call is now dedicated to Data Protection at a Time of Social Emergency: COVID-19, Democracy, Innovation and Regulation in Latin America and the most relevant updates include:
         Themes. Suggested subjects now include a variety of topics focusing on how personal data are utilised to deal with emergencies and, particularly, the Covid19 crisis in the region and above           Remuneration and prizes. In light of the catastrophic consequences that the current crises is going to deploy on the economy and, among others, on researchers, we have decided to provide a salary of 5000 Brazilian reais (equivalent to approximately 1000 USD at the current exchange rate) to all papers selected for publication. In partnership with the Computer Law and Security Review we have also decided to create a prize for the best interdisciplinary paper, also of 5000 Brazilian reais. (Authors may also choose to refuse to receive a stipend and devolve it to a charity - yet to be identified - to support people adversely affected by the Covid19 pandemic.)           Deadlines. Considering that original deadlines where conceived having CPDP LatAm in mind, we have redefined them, transforming the call into a Call for Rapid Response Papers. The Deadline for first draft (5000 - 7000 words) submissions is 15th July 2020 

 As mentioned before, Submissions in English that successfully complete the peer review process will be published in a CPDP LatAm special issue of the Oxford Journal of International Data Privacy Law, while submissions in Portuguese and Spanish that successfully complete the peer review process will be published in a CPDP LatAm special issue of Revista Brasileira de Direitos Fundamentais e Justiça [Brazilian Journal of Fundamental Rights and Justice] (Qualis A2)
 The call is available in
 English here https://cpdp.lat/en/call-for-rapid-response-papers/
 Portuguese here https://cpdp.lat/pt-br/chamada-para-documentos-de-resposta-rapida/ 
 Spanish here https://cpdp.lat/es/convocatoria-de-documentos-de-respuesta-rapida/ 
 Please feel free to share this email or to reach out should you have any questions
 Best regards
Luca Belli, PhD 
Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, FGV Law School, Rio de Janeiro  
Chercheur Associé, Centre de Droit Public Comparé, Université Paris 2

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