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Security Architectures for Distributed Social Networks

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Current practice in social networks requires users to give all of their personal information to a centralized provider, one which may have little competence in security and little incentive to change. Distributing responsibility for information security to client software solves some problems, but others remain. This talk will describe recent work, current research and future aspirations for privacy-enabling social networking technology.

Bio: Jonathan Anderson is a PhD student in the Security Group. His research focuses on security architectures for the controlled disclosure of user information, especially in the contexts of social networks and operating systems.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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