An Internet Data Sharing Framework For Balancing Privacy and Utility

@inproceedings{Kenneally2009AnID,
  title={An Internet Data Sharing Framework For Balancing Privacy and Utility},
  author={Erin E. Kenneally},
  year={2009}
}
We re-visit the common assumption that privacy risks of sharing Internet infrastructure data outweigh the benefits, and suggest that we have a window of opportunity in which to apply methods for undertaking empirical Internet research that can lower privacy risks while achieving research utility. The current default, defensive posture to not share network data derives from the purgatory formed by the gaps in regulation and law, commercial pressures, and evolving considerations of both threat… CONTINUE READING
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