Category Archives: Security

It’s Time to Redesign Transport Layer Security

One difficulty faced by privacy-enhancing credentials (such as U-Prove tokens, Idemix anonymous credentials, or credentials based on group signatures), is the fact that they are not supported by TLS. We noticed this when we looked at privacy-enhancing credentials in the … Continue reading

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Surveillance and Internet Identity

Last week I attended IIW 17, the 17th meeting of the Internet Identity Workshop, which is held twice a year in Mountain View, California. As usual it was a great opportunity to exchange ideas and meet people, with its unconference … Continue reading

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Pomcor’s Comments on the Cybersecurity Green Paper

We have written a response to the Call for Comments on the report entitled Cybersecurity, Innovations and the Internet Economy, written by the Internet Policy Task Force of the US Department of Commerce. In the response we call for research … Continue reading

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