A Privacy-Preserving Policy Transformation for Location
draft-thomson-geopriv-lying-00

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Abstract

Obscuring location effectively is difficult. Falsehood offers a simpler, more effective method of location privacy protection. A mechanism is defined whereby a rule maker can request that a location server lie about location.

Authors

Martin Thomson (martin.thomson@commscope.com)

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