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Our Policy On Conferences Using EasyChair
This page explains our requirements to conferences using EasyChair.
If you have questions or comments about these requirements, you can contact us.
Why Have a Policy?
A simple answer is "because we care about our reputation". In the beginning, EasyChair was used by several conferences and workshops in computer science organized by leading scientists in their areas. Now, it is used by thousands of conferences organized by scientists, organizations, associations, professional conference organizers and invidividuals. If one of these conferences does not comply with generally accepted ethical standards, it may, directly or indirectly, harm EasyChair.
Our policy, or code of behavior, is explained below. The parallel submission requirement below is EasyChair-specific, others can be considered as general fair policy guidelines to conference organizers.
If some of the requirements explained below are not applicable to you (for example, your conference has no Web page or you use EasyChair for teaching students), you can ignore them.
Strictly no Spam
EasyChair itself has a strict no-spam policy. We do not spam our users and do not sell or otherwise distribute their email addresses. We expect our users to do the same. If your conference uses mailing lists for sending conference-related announcements, you should adhere to the following principles:
The concrete organization of your mailing lists can be different, as long as email recipients do not complain.
Verifiable Information Principle
All information included on the Web pages and in any announcements of your conference should be authentic and verifiable. This includes
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