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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This position paper proposes the use of special broadcast networks to achieve provable and measurable confidentiality of messages. We call these networks isotropic channels, broadcast channels in which receivers cannot reliably determine whether a given message originated from any particular sender and senders cannot prevent a message from reaching any particular receiver. As long as eavesdroppers cannot reliably (i.e., with probabilistic certainty) identify the sender of a message, honestdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-17773-6_2 fatcat:7npwe4u3nnfptngojpfmrylpw4