Daniel Ronzani

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For the past two decades the concepts of ubiquitous computing, pervasive computing and ambient intelligence have been used to describe the Internet of Things. This paper studies how the three concepts of ubiquitous computing, pervasive computing and ambient intelligence have evolved (or not evolved) through and in mass media. It shows how the concepts have(More)
Many privacy-enhancing technologies, in particular anonymous communication networks (ACNs) as a key building block, suffer from a lack of a sufficient number of participants. Without high user participation, ACNs are vulnerable to traffic analysis attacks. The only ACN with a high number of participants (around 1.5 million users) is Tor. Yet, Tor is prone(More)
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