Robust content-driven reputation

@inproceedings{Chatterjee2008RobustCR,
  title={Robust content-driven reputation},
  author={Krishnendu Chatterjee and Luca de Alfaro and Ian Pye},
  booktitle={AISec},
  year={2008}
}
In content-driven reputation systems for collaborative content, users gain or lose reputation according to how their contributions fare: authors of long-lived contributions gain reputation, while authors of reverted contributions lose reputation. Existing content-driven systems are prone to Sybil attacks, in which multiple identities, controlled by the same person, perform coordinated actions to increase their reputation. We show that content-driven reputation systems can be made resistant to… CONTINUE READING

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