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Privacy and anonymity in the digital era.

Author/Creator:
Gritzalis, Stefanos.
Publication:
Bradford : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2006.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (112 pages)
Series:
Volume 16, Issue 2
Volume 16, Issue 2
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Subjects:
Internet -- Security measures.
Privacy, Right of.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This e-book discusses the issues surrounding informational privacy - assuming that privacy is the indefeasible right of an individual to control the ways in which personal information is obtained, processed, distributed, shared and used by any other entity. The review of current research work in the area of user privacy has indicated that the path for user privacy protection is through the four basic privacy requirements namely anonymity, pseudonymity, unlinkability and unobservability. By addressing these four basic requirements one aims to minimize the collection of user identifiable data.
Contents:
Cover
CONTENTS
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Guest editorial
Anonymous attribute certificates based on traceable signatures
Incorporating privacy requirements into the system design process
Protecting privacy in e-cash schemes by securing hidden identity approaches against statistical attacks
An incentive-based architecture to enable privacy in dynamic environments
Agyaat: mutual anonymity over structured P2P networks
Regroup-And-Go mixes to counter the (n-1) attack.
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Contributor:
Gritzalis, S.
Other format:
Print version: Gritzalis, Stefanos Privacy and anonymity in the digital era
ISBN:
9781845449650
9781845449643
OCLC:
71000531