Privacy Enhanced Technologies: Methods - Markets - Misuse

  title={Privacy Enhanced Technologies: Methods - Markets - Misuse},
  author={Hannes Federrath},
Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies has a tradition of about 25 years. The basic technologies and ideas were found until 1995 while the last decade was dominated by the utilisation of such technologies. The question arises if there is a market for Privacy Enhanced Technology. The answer is yes, however Privacy Enhancing Technology may not have been broadly known yet in order to make it profitable. The governments or non-profit organisations must therefore run such systems or at least… CONTINUE READING
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