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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
When we upload or create data into the cloud or the web, we immediately lose control of our data. Most of the time, we will not know where the data will be stored, or how many copies of our files are there. Worse, we are unable to know and stop malicious insiders from accessing the possibly sensitive data. Despite being transferred across and within clouds over encrypted channels, data often has to be decrypted within the database for it to be processed. Exposing the data at some point in thedoi:10.1007/978-3-319-27161-3_6 fatcat:mberng3n2zhslmosqcqf3nraau