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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We propose oblivious printing, a novel approach to document printing in which a set of printers can cooperate to print a secret message-in human or machine readable form-without learning the message. We present multi-party protocols for obliviously printing a secret in three settings: obliviously printing the contents of a ciphertext, obliviously printing a randomized message, and generating and obliviously printing a DSA/Elgamal keypair. We propose an approach to improving the legibility ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-32946-3_26 fatcat:j35ljb6lszeghfb3fyoa3qhmem