SAVANT: Aggregated feedback and accountability framework for named data networking. Content providers (i.e., entities that own or are licensed to sell or distribute content e.g., BBC, Netflix) are looking for more efficient, secure, cheaper, accountable and scalable mechanisms for the delivery of content to end-users. The Information Centric Networking (ICN) paradigm offers solutions to some of these challenges by decoupling a user’s trust in content from where it is obtained by enabling the content to self-verify (i.e., the user can establish integrity, trust and provenance in content received from trusted or untrusted infrastructure). However, there are still associated challenges with using ICN architectures related to content feedback and accountability. In this paper, we propose an ICN architecture extension for content feedback and accountability called the Savant framework, which we apply to the Named Data Networking (NDN) architecture.

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  1. Saxena, Divya; Raychoudhury, Vaskar; Suri, Neeraj; Becker, Christian; Cao, Jiannong: Named data networking: a survey (2016)