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Exploiting TLS Client Authentication for Widespread User Tracking

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Recursive Trees for Practical ORAM

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Blogs, Twitter Feeds, and Reddit Comments: Cross-domain Authorship Attribution

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TOPPool: Time-aware Optimized Privacy-Preserving Ridesharing

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BrainTool v2.0 for Software Modeling in UML

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Towards a Model on the Factors Influencing Social App Users’ Valuation of Interdependent Privacy

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SoK: Making Sense of Censorship Resistance Systems

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An Efficient Communication System With Strong Anonymity

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Guard Placement Attacks on Path Selection Algorithms for Tor

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Towards a Standard-Based Domain-Specific Platform to Describe Points of Interest

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