By Jan Camenisch, Ronald Leenes, Dieter Sommer
This booklet files the R&D consequence of the major undertaking, an R&D undertaking in part funded by means of the eu Union’s 6th Framework Programme and the Swiss Federal workplace for schooling and technological know-how. best has inquisitive about privacy-enhancing id administration strategies and platforms to help clients’ sovereignty over their own privateness and organizations’ privacy-compliant facts processing. in the course of the process 4 years, the undertaking has concerned over 100 researchers and execs from 22 significant ecu educational and commercial organisations undertaking R&D paintings in parts proper to electronic privateness. The ebook offers 28 distinctive chapters geared up in 5 parts:
- Introductory summary
- felony, social, and financial aspects
- recognition of privacy-enhancing user-centric id management
- Exploitation of best effects for applications
- Conclusions drawn and an outlook on destiny work
As the 1st coherent presentation of the subject, this booklet will function a helpful resource of reference and notion for anyone engaged on electronic privacy.
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1 Concepts and Human-Computer Interaction The preceding sections have illustrated some of the PRIME concepts9 and some possible uses. Introducing and adopting privacy-enhancing identity management not only makes online life possibly easier, for instance by enabling portable identities, it also means that individuals and businesses have to adopt diﬀerent kinds of concepts and modes of operation. Data minimisation also means a change of attitude and culture. But beside this, relatively novel concepts such as roles, use contexts, credentials, and certiﬁcates are required.
1 Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Lean Interfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Integration into Existing Frameworks . . . . . . . 6 Conclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 747 747 747 748 748 748 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 751 Part V: Conclusion and Outlook 29 Conclusion and Outlook . . . . . . . . . . .
PRIME can help to address these. PRIME allows for a reduction of linkability of personal data if the user adopts diﬀerent kinds of pseudonyms during the interactions. Alice can enter the store and identify herself with a role-relationship pseudonym for browsing and choosing items at CyberWinery that allows the shop to build a ‘shopping’ history for this pseudonym that is unlinkable to her real identity. Only when she decides to order, she switches to a transaction pseudonym that is only maintained for this speciﬁc transaction and is unlinkable to her role-relationship pseudonym.