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Submission + - PARC Scientists Demonstrate Self-Encrypting Docs (itworld.com)

narramissic writes: "'Intelligent redaction' technology being developed by the boffins at Xerox PARC automatically identifies and encrypts confidential sections of documents. The technology essentially uses partial document encryption, first analyzes basic types of potentially sensitive information such as company names, people's names, and addresses, and then requires approval by the author before the sections are scrambled to anyone other than those with a software key."
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PARC Scientists Demonstrate Self-Encrypting Docs

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