Bootstrapping Privacy Services in Today’s Internet

Taeho Lee, Christos Pappas, Adrian Perrig

Abstract

Internet users today have few solutions to cover a large space of diverse privacy requirements. We introduce the concept of privacy domains, which provide flexibility in expressing users’ privacy requirements. Then, we propose three privacy services that construct meaningful privacy domains and can be offered by ISPs. Furthermore, we illustrate that these services introduce little overhead for communication sessions and that they come with a low deployment barrier for ISPs.

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