Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
FORMATTING YOUR PAPER
Papers should be at most 12 8.5x11 pages including bibliography,
appendices, and figures, using the ACM SIG proceedings template at http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html
(LaTeX users should use template Option 2).
All final submissions must be in PDF format. Use Adobe Type 1
Postscript fonts. Avoid Type 3 fonts. While Type 3 fonts print without
problems, they are unreadable within the Digital Library (DL). All
fonts (print and screen) and images must be embedded within the
submitted file. The postscript fonts must be loaded to the machine
that is creating the pdf file. When Acrobat is used for creating PDF
files, the fonts used must be embedded in the PDF by Acrobat
Distiller. Go to "Settings, Job Options ..." menu. Make sure Font
Embedding is "On" Always verify that the fonts and images are
embedded within each file to avoid having to resubmit your files. PDF
files must be optimized and include thumbnails.
In the copyright box in the bottom left hand corner of the first
page, please type:
Copyright is held by the author/owner. Permission
to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work for
personal or classroom use is granted without fee.
Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) 2006, July 12-14, 2006, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
You are welcome to add additional permission statements or a Creative Commons license.
SUBMITTING YOUR PAPER
The final camera ready version of your paper is due May 26, 2006. To upload your final manuscript, please visit http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/start/www/SOUPS06/final.html
and at the top of the page, enter the passcode associated with your
ACM PERMISSIONS FORM
All SOUPS papers will be published in the ACM Digital
Library. Therefore, we must have a signed permission form from all
authors. Please download the form, sign it, and submit it by May
26. You can submit it by postal mail or fax, or scan it and email us
the PDF. Complete instructions on where to send the form are
included on the form itself.
SOUPS is sponsored by Carnegie Mellon CyLab.