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- MCSA `94 home page See
the following papers:
- Anonymity in a Mobile Computing Environment, N. Asokan - University of Waterloo.
- A Method Providing Identity Privacy to Mobile Users during Authentication, Didier Samfat
and Refik Molva - Institut Eurecom.
- On Travelling Incognito, A. Herzberg, H. Krawczyk - IBM T.J. Watson, and G. Tsudik - IBM
Enabling technologies for the disabled
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