Mass-market users exploit remote storage solutions and centralized online social network (OSN) services to share user-generated content. Although these solutions are widely adopted, they introduce several issues related to user content/metadata migration on server-side components managed by third-party providers. The authors propose a middleware solution to support social-driven peer-to-peer content sharing while preserving content ownership. A prototype demonstrates the proposal's feasibility in terms of both performance results and easy integration with off-the-shelf devices using unmodified HTTP/UPnP protocols.

Peer-to-peer Content Sharing Based on Social Identities and Relationships

GIANNELLI, Carlo;
2014

Abstract

Mass-market users exploit remote storage solutions and centralized online social network (OSN) services to share user-generated content. Although these solutions are widely adopted, they introduce several issues related to user content/metadata migration on server-side components managed by third-party providers. The authors propose a middleware solution to support social-driven peer-to-peer content sharing while preserving content ownership. A prototype demonstrates the proposal's feasibility in terms of both performance results and easy integration with off-the-shelf devices using unmodified HTTP/UPnP protocols.
Paolo, Bellavista; Giannelli, Carlo; Luca, Iannario; Laurent Walter, Goix; Claudio, Venezia
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