Web office suites such as Google Docs offer unparalleled collaboration experiences in terms of low software requirements, ease of use, data ubiquity, and availability. When the data holder (Google, Microsoft, etc.) is not perceived as trusted though, those benefits are considered at stake with important privacy requirements. Content cloaking is a lightweight, cryptographic, client-side solution to protect content from data holders while using web office suites and other "Web 2.0", AJAX-based, collaborative applications.

Content Cloaking: Preserving Privacy with Google Docs and other Web Applications

D'ANGELO, GABRIELE;VITALI, FABIO;
2010

Abstract

Web office suites such as Google Docs offer unparalleled collaboration experiences in terms of low software requirements, ease of use, data ubiquity, and availability. When the data holder (Google, Microsoft, etc.) is not perceived as trusted though, those benefits are considered at stake with important privacy requirements. Content cloaking is a lightweight, cryptographic, client-side solution to protect content from data holders while using web office suites and other "Web 2.0", AJAX-based, collaborative applications.
Proceedings of 25th ACM Symposium On Applied Computing (SAC) 2010
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G. D'Angelo; F. Vitali; S. Zacchiroli
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