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Issue No.03 - May/June (2011 vol.15)
pp: 79-80
Landon P. Cox , Duke University
ABSTRACT
<p>Mobile phones have placed communication, sensing, and computation at the center of nearly all human activity. A great deal of the software written for this new platform is extraordinarily fun and useful. However, the question of how much of it we can trust remains unanswered.</p>
INDEX TERMS
mobile devices, privacy, Internet computing
CITATION
Landon P. Cox, "Usefulness Is Not Trustworthiness", IEEE Internet Computing, vol.15, no. 3, pp. 79-80, May/June 2011, doi:10.1109/MIC.2011.69
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2. J.P. Anderson, Computer Security Technology Planning Study Volume II, tech. report ESD-TR-73-51, vol. 2, Electronic Systems Division, Air Force Systems Command, Oct. 1972.
3. M. Egele et al., "PiOS: Detecting Privacy Leaks in iOS Applications," Proc. 18th Ann. Network and Distributed System Security Symp. (NDSS 11), 2011; www.mylookout.com.
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