Georgia Tech Imagines Truly Private Web Browsing

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A new privacy mode, called “UCOGNITO,” has been proposed that simplifies a browser’s approach to privacy, and, in doing so, makes it harder for data to be recorded locally when a user would naturally expect that such local records wouldn’t be kept. The mode was presented by a research team at the Georgia Institute of Technology in a paper for the Association for Computing Machinery’s 22nd Conference on Computer and Communications Security in Denver last month.

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College of Computing, School of Computer Science, Institute for Information Security and Privacy

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Institute for Information Security & Privacy, Meng Xu, School of Computer Science, Taesoo Kim, UCognito, wenke lee, Xinyu Xing, Yeongjin Jang
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  • Created On: Nov 12, 2015 - 9:33am
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