The IFIP Technical Committee 9 (TC9) on ICT and Society comprises nine working groups (WGs) and representatives of the national computer societies of IFIP.
The main work of the TC9 is conducted through its working groups, which organise conferences and events regularly. Additionally, the TC9 organises collectively the series of conferences Human Choice and Computers (HCC). This is a well established forum for the study of ICT and Society - the first HCC conference took place in Vienna in 1974, while the last one took place in Brisbane in 2010.
TC9 is now organising the 10th IFIP Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC10), on 27-28 September 2012, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. See the Description of the Conference. Those interested in presenting papers and participating in HCC10 should contact Dr. Magda Hercheui (m.hercheui[@]googlemail.com) to describe the way in which their work and ideas can contribute to the proposed debate on ICT Critical Infrastructure and Society.
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WG9.1 Computers and Work
WG9.2 Social Accountability and Computing
WG9.3 Home-Oriented Informatics and Telematics - HOIT
WG9.4 Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries
WG9.5 Virtuality and Society
WG9.6 Information Technology Mis-use and the Law
WG9.7 History of Computing
WG9.8 Women and Information Technology
WG9.9 ICT and Sustainable Development