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When we want to collaborate but worry about data privacy, one solution is to create secure areas on individual devices which can interact with each other but cannot be accessed by the device’s owner, or be used to hack the device owner’s data. Chang Ee Chien’s research group at the National University of Singapore is working on using this idea to create new services in areas such as cloud storage and blockchain.
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