Privacy Preservation Over Untrusted Mobile Networks

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Executive Summary

The proliferation of mobile devices has given rise to novel user-centric applications and services. In current mobile systems, users gain access to remote servers over mobile network operators. These operators are typically assumed to be trusted and to manage the information they collect in a privacy-preserving way. Such information, however, is extremely sensitive and coveted by many companies, which may use it to improve their business. In this paper, safeguarding the users' privacy against the prying eyes of the network operators is an emerging requirement. In this paper, the authors first present a survey of existing state-of-the-art protection mechanisms and their challenges when deployed in the context of wired and wireless networks.

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