Ad-hoc guesting: when exceptions are the rule

@inproceedings{Dalal2008AdhocGW,
  title={Ad-hoc guesting: when exceptions are the rule},
  author={Brinda Dalal and Lester Nelson and Diana K. Smetters and Nathaniel Good and Ame Elliot},
  booktitle={NSDI 2008},
  year={2008}
}
People’s work days are filled with exceptions to normal routine. These exceptions affect the security and privacy of their information access and sharing. In a recent ethnographic study of ten users in the Bay Area, we identify a number of key problems not well addressed by current data sharing technologies, and from them derive requirements for Ad-hoc Guesting, our term for minimal, readily available access control addressing situations not planned for in advance. 

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