Privacy Enhancing Technologies: 13th International Symposium, PETS 2013, Bloomington, IN, USA, July 10-12, 2013, Proceedings

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, PET 2013, held in Bloomington, IN, USA, in July 2013.
The 13 full papers presented were carefully selected from 69
submissions. Topics addressed include data privacy, privacy-oriented cryptography, location privacy, performance of the Tor network,
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Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, PET 2013, held in Bloomington, IN, USA, in July 2013.
The 13 full papers presented were carefully selected from 69
submissions. Topics addressed include data privacy, privacy-oriented cryptography, location privacy, performance of the Tor network,
censorship evasion, traffc analysis, and user-related privacy perspectives.

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Optimizing ORAM and Using It Efficiently for Secure Computation.-Anonymity-Preserving Public-Key Encryption: A Constructive Approach.-Efficient E-Cash in Practice: NFC-Based Payments for Public Transportation Systems.-Efficient Privacy-Preserving Stream Aggregation in Mobile Sensing with Low Aggregation Error.-Broadening the Scope of Differential Privacy Using Metrics.-Turning Off GPS Is Not Enough: Cellular Location Leaks over the Internet.-How Others Compromise Your Location Privacy: The Case of Shared Public IPs at Hotspots.-The Path Less Travelled: Overcoming Tor’s Bottlenecks with Traffic Splitting.-How Low Can You Go: Balancing Performance with Anonymity in Tor.-OSS: Using Online Scanning Services for Censorship Circumvention.-The Need for Flow Fingerprints to Link Correlated Network Flows.-How Much Is Too Much? Leveraging Ads Audience Estimation to Evaluate Public Profile Uniqueness.-On the Acceptance of Privacy-Preserving Authentication Technology: The Curious Case of National Identity Cards.

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