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Structured, peer-to-peer (P2P) networks scalably support efficient data-retrieval operations over large data sets without resorting to centralized servers that may be vulnerable to attack or failure. However, data confidentiality policies, such as data ownership privacy, are difficult to enforce reliably in these networks. This paper presents Penny, a structured P2P network that efficiently supports integrity and confidentiality labeling of data, and enforces a notion of ownership privacy thatdblp:journals/ijnsec/KhanH14a fatcat:en7ydhrchzbvngzs5mkjxl7n6y