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SoK: Privacy-Preserving Reputation Systems

Stan Gurtler, Ian Goldberg
2021 Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies  
Acknowledgements We thank the anonymous reviewers and our shepherd, Thomas Groß, for their helpful comments in improving this work.  ...  Aside from those, concerning Voter-Vote Unlinkability specifically, previous work was widely split between "anonymity" and "privacy", though a few used other terms like "confidentiality" or "rating secrecy  ...  Unlinkability [56] Review-Review Unlinkability [56] Transaction-Rating Unlinkability [9] Rating-Rating Unlinkability [9] Confidentiality [37, 43] Rating Secrecy [19, 44] "secret, unlinkable  ... 
doi:10.2478/popets-2021-0007 fatcat:l6hhc736jnfkvl5czoq2u3gthq

"I Would Thy Husband Were Dead": The Merry Wives of Windsor as Mock Domestic Tragedy

2000 English Literary Renaissance  
Fond woman which would'st have thy husband die, And yet complain'st of his great jealousie; Ifswolne with poyson, hee lay in 'his last bed, His body with a sere-barke covered, Thou would'st not weepe,  ...  Whether they were writing ballads and pamphlets decrying the perils of adultery or urbane elegies celebrating sexual intrigue, early modern writers depicted petty treason out of proportion to its actual rate  ...  His play opens with Shallow's vow to "make a Star Chamber matter" of Falstaff's invasion of his property: 57.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1475-6757.2000.tb01169.x fatcat:rxuomsll5nhjph6g4smtstvhym

The Commoning of the Common Law: The Renaissance Debate over Printing English Law, 1520-1640

Richard J. Ross
1998 University of Pennsylvania law review  
From 1500 to 1640, the litigation rate in the common law courts rose far faster than the population.  ...  An anonymous petitioner to Parliament in the early 1570s, for example, observed that judges who "presume their bosoms to be the chests of [the] laws" made decisions conflicting with the year books and  ... 
doi:10.2307/3312623 fatcat:7hoifxkh2jf5zkhexxavuquqbi

"Stealing in the great doctrines of Christianity": Samuel Richardson as Journalist

John A. Dussinger
2003 Eighteenth-Century Fiction  
The "great doctrines of Christianity" that Richardson intended to inculcate were not to interfere with the aesthetic process of reading-with its capacity for "amusement."  ...  Since at the time he made these observations about religion Richardson was mainly concerned with an audience that had tearfully pleaded with him not to carry out the death of the heroine, evidently the  ...  /Weneednot go, then, for Direction, fear; / He is himself the inward Morning Star, / That riseth in us, by a willing Birth; / And shineth in the Darkness of our Earth: / O!  ... 
doi:10.1353/ecf.2003.0018 fatcat:uvv7j2bkebhztnkmm5kuotmmci

Paper Bullets: Print and Kingship under Charles II

Lawrence Manley, Harold M. Weber
1997 American Historical Review  
Interspersed With Historical, Political, and Critical Notes. 8 vols. 1744-1746. Harrison's Description of England In Shakespeare's Youth. Being . 33 vols. London: 1816-1828.  ...  of those who gathered there to discuss state affairs: F the coffee-house here one with a grave face, When after salute, he hath taken his place, His pipe being lighted begins for to prate, And wisely  ...  This type of hyperbole recalls The Dunciad, with its polemical insistence on the vast numbers of Dulness's minions: Millions and millions on these banks he views, Thick as the stars of night, or morning  ... 
doi:10.2307/2170682 fatcat:cll3e5t53zgypbqhdtkjvrk7om

Cultural secrets as narrative form: storytelling in nineteenth-century America

2004 ChoiceReviews  
secrecy.  ...  the power of secrecy.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.42-0812 fatcat:e363brs6nveztccfl5vptoemjy

Cast of Characters [chapter]

2017 'A Political Dictionary Explaining the True Meaning of Words' by Charles Pigott  
He would 'eat grass as oxen, and his body was wet with the dew of heaven, till his hairs were grown like eagles' feathers, and his nails like birds' claws' (4:33).  ...  What a pity it is that kings never ccm:iider that reafonand junice can as well co-ope• rate to uncrown thein, as well as ignorance, we_ak~ nefs, and credulity did to crown them. bing, with linfeed or lamp-oil  ...  'require · feven.ty thoufand horfes , ., : . . "· < ' • · . to France. c ~~ ) to draw it, at the rate pf fifteen hundred weight each horfe.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315263779-11 fatcat:u3xdjwjojvhlbd7ivvq6iyec3m

State-To-Date Vol. 24 No. 13, February 13, 1973 [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
-Anonymous I feel that a responsible adult ( 18 years) should have the right to do what he wants with his body.  ...  I was upset by Clockwork's childish prating not because be attacked Christianity, but because he did it with such obvious lack of intelligence.  ...  They indicated they might play me at linebacker but I would rather play defensive end because I'm more familiar with it.  ... 
doi:10.13016/m2fnjl-aimk fatcat:6ts3xpz3vngkvgffjdz3kgjehe


D Parate, Karanja Mahavidyalaya
2018 unpublished
Moreover, there is very little research that is concerned with studying the ways in which IT supports BP.  ...  Using information technology, companies possess the potential to reach more customers, introduce new products and services quickly, and collaborate with suppliers and business partners from all over the  ...  The phytosynthesized SNPs were spherical, polydispersed with particle size of 50-60 nm. Characterization data reveals the successful conjugation of SNPs with antibiotics.  ... 

An Anatomy of a 'Disorderly' Neighbourhood: Rosemary Lane and Rag Fair c.1690-1765 [article]

Janice Turner, UH Research Archive, UH Research Archive
at the 14 Stars Alehouse on Rosemary Lane.  ...  , a poor rate was levied on all property with a rental value over £1 per annum.  ... 
doi:10.18745/th.15307 fatcat:tbr7eu24tvd6vg7rgjw7n7cd2q

Civic subjects: Wordsworth, Tennyson, and the Victorian laureateship

Carmen E. Ellison
Why do they prate of the blessings of Peace?  ...  The fly leaf poem itself is in keeping with both the secrecy of its production and Wordsworth's refusal of laureate tradition.  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3r05k fatcat:skjov3yqtzf2tbmzny6uon4awa

Inventing Eden: primitivism, millennialism, and the making of New England

2015 ChoiceReviews  
David Shields and the anonymous readers for Early American Literature, who reviewed the essay has since become Chapter 5, were enormously generous in their treatment of undergraduate writing, and their  ...  How long shal wicked mẽ beare sway, with lifting vp their voyce? How long shal wicked men I say, thus triumph and reioyce? How long shal they with brags burst out, & proudly prate their fil?  ...  How deservedly hath nature with the bounties of heaven and earth endowed thee, the ever fruitful womb not closed with ice, nor dissolved by the raging star; where Ceres and Bacchus are perpetual twins.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.189012 fatcat:xvnbep4nnzfodjlz3kzebeluhy

Moby-Dick: or The Whale [chapter]

Herman Melville, Harrison Hayford, Hershel Parker, G. Thomas Tanselle
1988 The Writings of Herman Melville: The Northwestern-Newberry Edition, Vol. 6: Moby-Dick: or The Whale  
It was the private property of three confederate white seamen of that ship, one of whom, it seems, communicated it to Tashtego with Romish injunctions of secrecy, but the following night Tashtego rambled  ...  Nor can piety itself, at such a shameful sight, completely stifle her upbraidings against the permitting stars.  ...  The firmaments of air and sea were hardly separable in that all-pervading azure; only, the pensive air was transparently pure and soft, with a woman's look, and the robust and man-like sea heaved with  ... 
doi:10.1093/oseo/instance.00209189 fatcat:l4cmnmbizncq3btd7v3365r5mi

Adultery in Early Stuart England [article]

Veronika Christine Pohlig, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin, Universitätsbibliothek Der FU Berlin
Moreover, due to the relatively high rate of geographical mobility, rural communities were far less static than is often implied. 46 The conventional argument that towns were more anonymous and significantly  ...  Historians base this conclusion on the fact that, while there were surprisingly low rates of illegitimacy at that time, bridal pregnancy rates were high. Cf.  ...  Those characters who are non-members of the Allwit household treat Allwit with respect.  ... 
doi:10.17169/refubium-11516 fatcat:s73thp2cdfgl3kioi5alw7uj3m

The Daily Texan [article]

University Of Texas At Austin
^Rice's Freshman star, R.C.  ...  They get oc casional Minor ..mentions in the society columns of. the Texan, but by and large th'ey remain rela tively anonymous.  ...  All'. projects are rated against, each, other and graded accordingly.  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2f76667b fatcat:ekz7uojc4jgtrpqcsrcpsh6q3m
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