Following on from the fantastically interesting FOCI workshop last year, I am co-chairing this year’s FOCI workshop along with Roger Dingledine of the Tor Project. The workshop will again be co-located with USENIX Security, which is being held this year in Bellevue, Washington in August.

Although FOCI revolves around USENIX Security, and therefore by default falls on the more technical side of research, we are actively encouraging submissions from any field with something interesting to say on internet censorship. Social science, political science, law, economics, ethics, psychology — if you have something to say then send us your work!

The call for papers is here:

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