Privacy Server Protocol Project
The Privacy Server Protocol (PSP) project provides research into large-scale distributed and automated negotiations for privacy and the complementary negotiations for digital rights management. In the paper world, the resulting agreements are essentially non-disclosure agreements.
SLIDES FROM PRIVACY 2001 CONFERENCE Privacy Science
SLIDES FROM EUROPEAN UNION PRIVACY WORKSHOP 10-2001
SLIDES FROM CMU PRIVACY PANEL 10-16-2001
COMBINATORICS STUDY "A Note on Negotiated Agreements on the Internet."
PSP project members are also members of the W3 P3P APPEL Working Group and the ISTPA. The purpose of this site is solely to engage in open research on the subject of automated negotiation around the use of Internet content.
PSP is an experimental protocol meant initially to extend the P3P and APPEL protocols to
PSP is designed to be fully distributed and to require no central authority. We are offering full source code under the W3 license terms that freely allows any non-commercial or commercial use as long as credit is given as defined in the associated readme.txt file.
If you wish to enter the area of the site where you can download the source code and related papers and presentation material please give provide your name and email address:
Questions or problems regarding this web site should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org