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What Kind of Information Society?
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The present book contains the proceedings of two conferences held at the World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane, Australia (September 20-23) organised by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP). In the first part, the reader can find the proceedings of the 9th Human Choice and Computers International C- ference (HCC9) organised by the IFIP Technical Committee TC9 on the Relationship Between ICT and Society. The HCC9 part is subdivided into four tracks: Ethics and ICT Governance, Virtual Technologies and Social Shaping, Surveillance and Privacy, and ICT and Sustainable Development. The second part consists of papers given at the Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Conference (CIP) organized by the IFIP Technical Committee TC11 on Security and Privacy Protection in Information Processing Systems. The two parts of the book are introduced by the respective Conference Chairs. Chapter 1 introduces HCC9, providing a short summary of the HCC conference series, which started in 1974, and explaining the overview of HCC9, detailing the rationale behind each of the tracks in this conference. The details related to the papers of each track are discussed by the Track Chairs in the respective introductions to the specific tracks of HCC9 (Chaps. 2, 10, 16 and 22). Finally, Chap. 22 introduces the CIP part.
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1: Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC9).- What Kind of Information Society? Introduction to the HCC9 Conference Proceedings.- Ethics and ICT Governance.- The Demographic Factors Affecting University Students' Intention to Pirate Software.- ICT Governance versus Community Empowerment: Grassroots Evidence from Bangladesh.- Exploring Digital Divide in the Maldives.- Balancing Public and Private Interests in ICT Standardisation: The Case of AVS in China.- The European VCD System: Facilitating Public Procurement through Criteria-to-Evidence Mapping.- Money Laundering and FATF Compliance by the International Community.- Ethical Governance for Emerging ICT: Opening Cognitive Framing and Achieving Reflexivity.- Virtual Technologies and Social Shaping.- Making a Good (Virtual) First Impression: The Use of Visuals in Online Impression Management and Creating Identity Performances.- Virtuality Improves the Well Being of Seniors through Increasing Social Interaction.- The Tragedy of the Virtual Commons as Manifested in the Death of Blogs.- How to Measure Public Opinion in the Networked Age: Working in a Googleocracy or a Googlearchy?.- A Multidiscipline Approach to Governing Virtual Property Theft in Virtual Worlds.- Surveillance and Privacy.- Trends of Privacy and Surveillance in the Information Society.- Civil Society Must Publish Standards Documents.- Citizen Surveillance of the State: A Mirror for eGovernment?.- Privacy Enhanced Fraud Resistant Road Pricing.- Privacy in Distributed Commercial Applications.- ICT and Sustainable Development.- ICT and the Environment in Developing Countries: A Review of Opportunities and Developments.- A Model and Selected Instances of Green and Sustainable Software.- Managing Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing Processes - Implementing Energy Performance in Production Information Technology Systems.- A Reference Process to Design Information Systems for Sustainable Design Based on LCA, PSS, Social and Economic Aspects.- IT Support for Sustainable Development in Organizations.- Utilising the Internet to Improve Peasant Artisan Incomes: Evidence from Mexico.- 2: Critical Information Infrastructure Protection Conference (CIP 2010).- Society - Totally Dependent Upon ICT? Introduction to the CIP-2010 Conference Proceedings.- C-SAW: Critical Information Infrastructure Protection through Simplification.- On Planning of FTTH Access Networks with and without Redundancy.- A Distributed Denial of Service Testbed.- Discrete Event Simulation of QoS of a SCADA System Interconnecting a Power Grid and a Telco Network.- Critical Infrastructure Protection Risk Modelling with Games Technology.- Wireless Sensor Networks for the Protection of an Electrical Energy Distribution Infrastructure.- Risk Modelling the Transition of SCADA System to IPv6.

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