Professor of Data-Oriented Software Engineering at the University of Leicester
Doping is a piece of software or system showing a behavior that is in conflict with the user’s intentions and requirements. Doping is often caused by an intervention by the manufacturer or a malicious agent.
Examples of doping include printer or mobile manufacturers locking in users and forcing them to use their original parts. Other examples are mobile malwares mining crypto-currencies and the infamous diesel
emission scandal…. MORE>>