Using Privacy Enhanced Real-time Conferencing (PERC) in a WebRTC Context

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Author Adam Roach 
Last updated 2017-09-14 (latest revision 2017-03-13)
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The Privacy-Enhanced Realtime Conferencing (PERC) architecture defines a system by which multiparty conferences can be handled by a conference server that is "semi-trusted": that is, it is trusted to correctly handle media packets, but it is not trusted with the actual contents of the media streams. In order to use this architecture within WebRTC, we must describe how information is conveyed among various network functions. This document describes the information to be conveyed and how it is transferred.


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