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Enhancing P3P Framework through Policies and Trust
The Platform for Privacy Preferences (P3P) is a W3C standard that websites can use to describe their privacy practices. The presence of P3P policies enable users to configure web browsers to constrain what they can and ...
In Reputation We Believe: Query Processing in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Current research on data management in mobile ad-hoc networks focuses on discovering sources and acquiring information. In this mode of operation, mobile devices assume answers to be correct and do not verify the veracity ...
Authorization and Privacy for Semantic Web Services
When choosing, composing, invoking or monitoring a service it may be important or even critical to understand it's security attributes and policies. By security, we refer to a range of related aspects including authentication, ...