Connecting Robust Shuffle Privacy and Pan-Privacy

@inproceedings{Balcer2021ConnectingRS,
  title={Connecting Robust Shuffle Privacy and Pan-Privacy},
  author={Victor Balcer and Albert Cheu and Matthew Joseph and Jieming Mao},
  booktitle={SODA},
  year={2021}
}
In the \emph{shuffle model} of differential privacy, data-holding users send randomized messages to a secure shuffler, the shuffler permutes the messages, and the resulting collection of messages must be differentially private with regard to user data. In the \emph{pan-private} model, an algorithm processes a stream of data while maintaining an internal state that is differentially private with regard to the stream data. We give evidence connecting these two apparently different models. Our… Expand
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