SMILE: encounter-based trust for mobile social services

@inproceedings{Manweiler2009SMILEET,
  title={SMILE: encounter-based trust for mobile social services},
  author={Justin Manweiler and Ryan Scudellari and Landon P. Cox},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2009}
}
Conventional mobile social services such as Loopt and Google Latitude rely on two classes of trusted relationships: participants trust a centralized server to manage their location information and trust between users is based on existing social relationships. Unfortunately, these assumptions are not secure or general enough for many mobile social scenarios: centralized servers cannot always be relied upon to preserve data confidentiality, and users may want to use mobile social services to… CONTINUE READING
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