Next Generation Society. Technological and Legal Issues

Third International Conference, e-Democracy 2009, Athens, Greece, September 23-25, 2009, Revised Selected Papers

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ISBN: 978-3-642-11629-2 (Print) 978-3-642-11631-5 (Online)

Table of contents (40 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Session 1: Politics - Legislation - Regulatory Framework I

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      A Study on the Lack of Enforcement of Data Protection Acts

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      The Impact of the Web and Political Balance to e-Democracy

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      Using Structured e-Forum to Support the Legislation Formation Process

  3. Session 2: Enhancing Quality of Life through e-Services

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      From the Digital Divide to Digital Inequality: A Secondary Research in the European Union

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      Inkjet-Printed Paper-Based RFID and Nanotechnology-Based Ultrasensitive Sensors: The “Green” Ultimate Solution for an Ever Improving Life Quality and Safety?

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      Pages 64-75

      Examining Adoption of e-Procurement in Public Sector Using the Perceived Characteristics of Innovating: Indonesian Perspective

  4. Session 3: Politics - Legislation - Regulatory Framework II

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      Pages 77-77

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      Studying the Interaction of the Epistemology in e-Government, Organization Studies and Information Systems

  5. Session 4: Supporting Democracy through e-Services

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      e-Campaigning: The Present and Future

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      e-Democracy: The Political Culture of Tomorrow’s Citizens

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      Pages 108-117

      Parademo: e-Democracy Based on a Delegated Expert Selection Process in a Small-World Network

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      Pages 118-127

      Telep@b Project: Towards a Model for eParticipation and a Case Study in Participatory Budgeting

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      Pages 128-137

      Stakeholder e-Participation in Local Planning: The Camargue Park Case

  6. Session 5: Identity Management, Privacy and Trust

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      Pages 139-139

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      Pages 141-150

      Core Structure Elements Architectures to Facilitate Construction and Secure Interconnection of Mobile Services Frameworks and Advanced IAM Systems

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      Pages 151-160

      Economics of Personal Data Management: Fair Personal Information Trades

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      Pages 161-170

      Evaluating Common Privacy Vulnerabilities in Internet Service Providers

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      Pages 171-178

      Intellectual Property Rights Protection in Peer to Peer Networks

  7. Session 6: Security, Attacks and Crime

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      Pages 179-179

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      Pages 181-188

      Information Assurance and Forensic Readiness

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      An Ontology-Driven antiSPIT Architecture

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      Can Formalism Alone Provide an Answer to the Quest of a Viable Definition of Trust in the WWW Society?

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      Biological Aspects of Computer Virology

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