Content Extraction Signatures

  title={Content Extraction Signatures},
  author={Ron Steinfeld and Laurence Bull and Yuliang Zheng},
  journal={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
Motivated by emerging needs in online interactions, we define a new type of digital signature called a ‘Content Extraction Signature’ (CES). A CES allows the owner, Bob, of a document signed by Alice, to produce an ‘extracted signature’ on selected extracted portions of the original document, which can be verified to originate from Alice by any third party Cathy, while hiding the unextracted (removed) document portions. The new signature therefore achieves verifiable content extraction with… CONTINUE READING
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