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1.1 Moving Away from End-to-End
2. EXAMPLES OF REQUIREMENTS IN TODAY’S COMMUNICATION
2.1 Users Communicate But Don’t Trust
2.2 Users Communicate But Desire Anonymity
2.3 End-Parties Distrust Their Software and Hardware
2.4 The Ends vs. the Middle: Third-Party Rights
2.5 One Party Forces Interaction on Another
2.6 Multiway Communication
2.7 Summary—What Do These Examples Really Imply?
3. TECHNICAL RESPONSES
3.1 Different Forms of End-to-End Arguments
3.2 Modify the End-Node
3.3 Adding Functions to the Core
3.4 Design Issues: Adding Mechanisms to the Core
3.5 Labels on Information
3.6 Design of Applications—the End-to-End Argument at a Higher Level
3.7 More Complex Application Design—Using Trusted Third Parties
4. THE LARGER CONTEXT
4.1 Nontechnical Solutions: the Role of Law
5. WHERE WE ARE TODAY
5.1 Rise of New Players
5.2 The Erosion of Trust
5.3 Rights and Responsibilities
6. CONCLUSIONS
7. NOTES
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Published by: Krishan Sharma on May 06, 2013
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