Quantifying Location Privacy Leakage from Transaction Prices

@inproceedings{Gervais2015QuantifyingLP,
  title={Quantifying Location Privacy Leakage from Transaction Prices},
  author={Arthur Gervais and Hubert Ritzdorf and Mario Lucic and Vincent Lenders and Srdjan Capkun},
  booktitle={IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive},
  year={2015}
}
Large-scale datasets of consumer behavior might revolutionize the way we gain competitive advantages and increase our knowledge in the respective domains. At the same time, valuable datasets pose potential privacy risks that are difficult to foresee. In this paper we study the impact that the prices from consumers’ purchase histories have on the consumers’ location privacy. We show that using a small set of low-priced product prices from the consumers’ purchase histories, an adversary can… CONTINUE READING
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