Mathematically Defining Privacy
Chris Clifton - Purdue University
Jan 31, 2007Size: 218.9MB
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AbstractComputer systems ease the sharing and use of information,
but accessibility of information leads to privacy concerns.
Technology is being developed to address this issue - enabling
use of information while controlling the disclosure. But is
this enough to protect privacy? How do we even know if it is
enough? This talk will survey recent developments in privacy
and anonymity technology, emphasizing the variety of privacy
definitions, their benefits, and their weaknesses.
About the Speakerhttp://www.cs.purdue.edu/people/clifton
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