Sunday, January 22, 2006


My paper, "Invasive Browser Sniffing and Countermeasures" got into the 15th annual World Wide Web conference.

I'm excited. Only 81 papers were accepted (of 700 submissions), and our paper was submitted to a very competitive track; rumor has it that the security & privacy track had a 4% acceptance rate.

The only down side to this is that the conference is in Edinburgh, Scotland. And it's at one of the world's swankyist conference centers / castles. Entry fees are steep, and I'll be in Oz at that point, so I won't get to attend the soiree.

Oh well, I'll just spend the time on the beach instead of in that conference.


Michel said...

Aw, that's an unfortunate timing. Edinburgh is an awesome city.. still, I'm sure there'd be another conference in its vicinity some other time.

Bob said...

Congratulations. That is pretty awesome.

searchfind said...

I'm mantaining a list of papers 15th annual World Wide Web conference.