Parking Tickets for Privacy-Preserving Pay-by-Phone Parking
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Traditionally, the payment required for parking in regulated areas has been made through parking meters. In the last years, several applications which allow to perform these payments using a mobile device have appeared. In this paper we propose a privacy-preserving pay-by-phone parking system o ering the same privacy as the traditional paper- based method even assuming an internal attacker with full access to all the information managed by the system servers. Drivers'privacy is preserved without requiring them to trust any party. Furthermore, the system can tolerate that the mobile devices of drivers fall out of coverage while their cars are parked.
NoteThis document is a postprint version of the paper presented at the 18th Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES’19), November 11, 2019, London (United Kingdom).
Is part of18th Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES’19), November 11, 2019, London, United Kingdom. New York : ACM. 2019. ISBN: 978-1-4503-6830-8. P. 130-134. https://doi.org/10.1145/3338498.3358638
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