Efim Hudis

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Please do submit your articles for publication in this column. The editor is especially interested to hear about the philosophy and foundations of your subject. You don't have to be highbrow ; exercise your sense of humor and try to make your article accessible to the general computer science audience. Abstract The tower-of-Babel problem is rather general:(More)
An item of your personal information is inversely private if some party has access to it but you do not. Inverse privacy is ubiquitous. Each interaction you have with commercial and other institutions generates inversely private data. The inverse privacy problem is unjustified inaccessibility of your inversely private data to you. Elsewhere a subset of(More)
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