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P2P, Web Services, Wireless, and Beyond
O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference
Westin Santa Clara
May 13-16, 2002 -- Santa Clara, CA

Building on the momentum and excitement of the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and Web Services Conference.



Anonymity: Is it really worth it?
Roger Dingledine, Security Philosopher, The Free Haven Project

Track: Adaptive
Date: Tuesday, May 14
Time: 2:45pm - 3:30pm
Location: Winchester

Privacy for publishers, readers, and providers of distributed P2P services can be very important, but few deployed systems provide reasonable privacy protections. What sort of protections are actually useful, and why is it so hard to provide them?

Roger Dingledine discusses the state of the art in privacy protection for both P2P designs and deployed systems, drawing from the experience of the peer-to-peer community and from the lessons and new research presented by scientists at the 2nd Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, held a month before this conference.

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