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+ - Transforming the web into a transparent 'HTTPA' database->

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An anonymous reader writes "MIT researchers believe the solution to misuse and leakage of private data is more transparency and auditability, not adding new layers of security. Traditional approaches make it hard, if not impossible, to share data for useful purposes, such as in healthcare. Enter HTTPA, HTTP with accountability."
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