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ON DATA BANKS AND PRIVACY HOMOMORPHISMS

@inproceedings{Rivest1978ONDB,
  title={ON DATA BANKS AND PRIVACY HOMOMORPHISMS},
  author={Ronald L. Rivest and M. Dertouzos},
  year={1978}
}
Encryption is a well—known technique for preserving the privacy of sensitive information. One of the basic, apparently inherent, limitations of this technique is that an information system working with encrypted data can at most store or retrieve the data for the user; any more complicated operations seem to require that the data be decrypted before being operated on. This limitation follows from the choice of encryption functions used, however, and although there are some truly inherent… Expand
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