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The increasing availability of information about people's context makes it possible to deploy context-sensitive services, where access to resources provided or managed by a service is limited depending on a person's context. For example, a location-based service can require Alice to be at a particular location in order to let her use a printer or learn her friends' location. However, constraining access to a resource based on confidential information about a person's context can result indoi:10.1109/percom.2006.11 dblp:conf/percom/HengartnerS06 fatcat:fqicxixwerfmpaoulkea2vsvwm