Privacy Consensus in Anonymization Systems via Game Theory

@inproceedings{Adl2012PrivacyCI,
  title={Privacy Consensus in Anonymization Systems via Game Theory},
  author={Rosa Karimi Adl and Mina Askari and Ken Barker and Reihaneh Safavi-Naini},
  booktitle={DBSec},
  year={2012}
}
Privacy protection appears as a fundamental concern when personal data is collected, stored, and published. Several anonymization methods have been proposed to address privacy issues in private datasets. Every anonymization method has at least one parameter to adjust the level of privacy protection considering some utility for the collected data. Choosing a desirable level of privacy protection is a crucial decision and so far no systematic mechanism exists to provide directions on how to set… CONTINUE READING
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