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Designing Privacy Enhancing Technologies

Designing Privacy Enhancing Technologies. International Workshop on Design Issues in Anonymity and Unobservability, Berkeley, CA, USA, July 25-26, 2000. Anonymity and unobservability have become key issues in the context of securing privacy on the Internet and in other communication networks. This book is devoted to the design and realization of anonymity services for the Internet and other communcation networks.

Proceedings - Libro electrónico escrito por Hannes Federrath. Hannes Federrath29 de junio de 2003.

Anonymity and unobservability have become key issues in the context of securing privacy on the Internet and in other communication networks.

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In Federrath, . e. Designing Privacy Enhancing Technologies, International Workshop on Design Issues in Anonymity and Unobservability, Berkeley, CA, USA, July 25-26, 2000, Proceed-ings. Volume 2009 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 1007/3-540-44702-4 1. 2. Díaz, . Anonymity metrics revisited. In Dolev, . Ostrovsky, . Ptzmann, . ed. Anonymous Com-munication and its Applications, 0. 0.

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Lecture Notes in Computer Science is a series of computer science books published by Springer Science+Business Media since 1973. The series contains proceedings, post-proceedings, and monographs. In addition, tutorials, state-of-the-art surveys, and "hot topics" are increasingly being included. Two sub-series are: Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics. Monographiae Biologicae, another monograph series published by Springer Science+Business Media.

Published in Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2003. Workshop on Design Issues in Anonymity and Unobservability. Five years ago, Privacy-enhancing technologies for the Internet examined the state of the then newly emerging privacy-enhancing technologies. In this survey paper, we look back at the last five years to see what has changed, what has stagnated, what has succeeded, what has failed, and why. We also look at current trends with a view towards the future.

Anonymity and unobservability have become key issues in the context of securing privacy on the Internet and in other communication networks. Services that provide anonymous and unobservable access to the Internet are important for electronic commerce applications as well as for services where users want to remain anonymous.This book is devoted to the design and realization of anonymity services for the Internet and other communcation networks. The book offers topical sections on: attacks on systems, anonymous publishing, mix systems, identity management, pseudonyms and remailers. Besides nine technical papers, an introduction clarifying the terminology for this emerging area is presented as well as a survey article introducing the topic to a broader audience interested in security issues.