The idea for the PeerShare project originates from the PeerSense concept carried out at Nokia Research Center between 2011 and 2012. The aim of PeerSense was to provide mobile users opportunity to sense presence of nearby friends by using bindings between social network identifiers and Bluetooth device addresses. Such bindings have been distributed using a trusted server. PeerShare extends PeerSense idea by providing users opportunity to share arbitrary types of data among their social contacts.
- Marcin Nagy, N. Asokan, Jörg Ott: PeerShare: A System Secure Distribution of Sensitive Data Among Social Contacts Proceedings of the 18th Nordic Conference on Secure IT Systems (NordSec), October 2013
For available applications look at: Privacy Enhancing Common Social Features Discovery Project
- Marcin Nagy, N. Asokan, Jörg Ott: PeerShare: A System Secure Distribution of Sensitive Data Among Social Contacts, July 2013
- PeerShare, October 2013.