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Inferential or Differential: Privacy Laws Dictate

@article{Wang2012InferentialOD,
  title={Inferential or Differential: Privacy Laws Dictate},
  author={Ke Wang and P. Wang and A. Fu and R. C. Wong},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2012},
  volume={abs/1202.3686}
}
So far, privacy models follow two paradigms. The first paradigm, termed inferential privacy in this paper, focuses on the risk due to statistical inference of sensitive information about a target record from other records in the database. The second paradigm, known as differential privacy, focuses on the risk to an individual when included in, versus when not included in, the database. The contribution of this paper consists of two parts. The first part presents a critical analysis on… Expand
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