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A. Iliev, S.W. Smith.
``Prototyping an Armored Data Vault: Rights Management on Big Brother's Computer.''
Privacy-Enhancing Technology 2002
Springer-Verlag LNCS 2482.
April 2002.

Abstract

This paper reports our experimental work in using commercial secure coprocessors to control access to private data. In our initial project, we look at archived network traffic. We seek to protect the privacy rights of a large population of data producers by restricting computation on a central authority's machine. The coprocessor approach provides more flexibility and assurance in specifying and enforcing access policy than purely cryptographic schemes. This work extends to other application domains, such as distributing and sharing academic research data.

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