Biggest Fake Conference in Computer Science

Richard Clayton richard at
Sat Mar 30 11:29:17 GMT 2013

In article <51543AE9.1010507 at>, Caspar Bowden (travelling)
<tharg at> writes

>    On 28/03/13 11:52, Richard Clayton wrote:
>>       ever since they accepted an MIT paper 
>    I have read worse-drafted abstracts for (very bad indeed) privacy 
>    conferences, but if one squints really hard between the lines one 
>    can almost make sense of what the abstract might be trying to say.

if you want a clearer submission, but not one that was accepted, then
Mazieres & Kohler might be preferable (for adult audiences only)

richard                                              Richard Clayton

They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.         Benjamin Franklin
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