Evaluating Reputation Systems for Document Authenticity

@inproceedings{Daswani2003EvaluatingRS,
  title={Evaluating Reputation Systems for Document Authenticity},
  author={Neil Daswani and Philippe Golle and Sergio Marti and Hector Garcia-Molina and Dan Boneh},
  year={2003}
}
Few P2P file-sharing networks developed to date have successfully provided mechanisms to ensure the authenticity of documents delivered to clients. For example, when a P2P client receives a hit for “Origin of Species,” the client currently has no assurance that the corresponding downloaded document is an authentic copy of Charles Darwin’s work. The document could be a “decoy” and could contain the content of the book by Charles Darwin with several key passages altered. The document might even… CONTINUE READING

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