The One Laptop per Child Security Model
Garfinkel, Simson L.
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We present an integrated security model for a low-cost laptop that will be widely deployed throughout the developing world. Implemented on top of Linux operating system, the model is designed to restrict the laptop's software without restricting the laptop's user.
Symposium on Usable Security and Privacy, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2007. ACM Press.Refereed Conference Paper
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