Hardware-Enforced Privacy

Abstract

Privacy is important to modern, civilized life: it’s been described as a fundamental human right, a key to democratic processes, and—as evidenced by the rise of data brokers and markets—a driver of economic growth. Yet support for privacy isn’t considered a requirement in the design of hardware systems. In our paper “Hardware Enforced Statistical Privacy… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/MC.2016.318

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