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This paper introduces the infoDNA architecture, which seeks to address some of the intricacies involved in ascertaining the trustworthiness of information in a multi-person social networked setting. Using trust measures and digital signatures, a history of individual pieces of information can be built up to enable agents to better perform information handling tasks such as searching, sorting, and delivering information to their users.dblp:conf/pst/Marsh04 fatcat:5m6ni5uurncc3nbq4umdntbgx4