Privacy preserving auctions and mechanism design

@inproceedings{Naor1999PrivacyPA,
  title={Privacy preserving auctions and mechanism design},
  author={Moni Naor and Benny Pinkas and Reuban Sumner},
  booktitle={EC},
  year={1999}
}
We suggest an architecture for executing protocols for auctions and, more generally, mechanism design. Our goal is to preserve the privacy of the inputs of the participants (so that no nonessential information about them is divulged, even a posteriori) while maintaining communication and computational efficiency. We achieve this goal by adding another party the auction issuer that generates the programs for computing the auctions but does not take an active part in the protocol. The auction… CONTINUE READING
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