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Compliance Management for P2P Systems

Author(s): Alexander Schneider, Martin Mauve.
Title: Compliance Management for P2P Systems
Published: Proceedings of the 23rd Asia‐Pacific Conference on Communications, , pp. 0-0, Perth, December 2017
Keyword(s): peer-to-peer, blockchain, compliance management, networking
Abstract: Compliance management for peer-to-peer networksdescribes a process ensuring that content inside the network isdistributed and stored in a way that does not violate user definedpreferences. Several use cases, ranging from filesharing networksto distributed computing and content delivery networks, canbe enhanced with compliance management. To our knowledgethere are no existing peer-to-peer architectures which allowfor compliance management. In this paper we propose anarchitecture, which utilizes policy-based routing and storage aswell as a categorization of content in order to provide compliancemanagement. We implement a prototype and evaluate it throughsimulations to show that compliance management in peer-to-peernetworks is actually feasible.
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