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  • Privacy Metrics: Meaningful Measurements of Information Disclosure

  • Wednesday, January 26, 2011
    LWSN 3102A, Purdue.
    Purdue University

    Privacy rules apply to individually identifiable data.

    While there are many privacy metrics, it is not clear when data is
    individually identifiable with respect to these metrics. I will
    present an approach that enables relating information disclosure to
    risk of harm, discuss how this applies to different privacy metrics,
    and present challenges for Science of Information that arise.*

    *This is joint work with Mehmet Ercan Nergiz (Zirve University),
    Maurizio Atzori (University of Cagliari), and Jaewoo Lee (Purdue)*



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