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      Michael Morguarge

      MIT News, 3/23/2017<

      MIT and Stanford University researchers are developing Splinter, an encryption system that hides online database queries. Splinter splits up and encrypts the request for data, sending subparts of the query to different database servers. The user's computer organizes the returned data to determine the answer. The researchers seek to protect a user's sensitive information as it travels through the Internet, and in some cases to keep the database systems themselves from knowing who's searching for what.

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