Novel security and privacy perspectives of camera fingerprints

Yan, Jeff; Anderson, Jonathan and Matyáš, Vashek and Christianson, Bruce and Stajano, Frank, eds. (2017) Novel security and privacy perspectives of camera fingerprints. In: Security Protocols XXIV. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) . Springer-Verlag, CZE, pp. 90-95. ISBN 9783319620336 (

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Camera fingerprinting is a technology established in the signal processing community for image forensics. We explore its novel security and privacy perspectives that have been so far largely ignored, including its applications in privacy intrusion, in handling new socio-technical problems such as revenge porn, and in building a novel authentication mechanism – any photo you take are you.