Relationships and data sanitization: a study in scarlet

@inproceedings{Bishop2010RelationshipsAD,
  title={Relationships and data sanitization: a study in scarlet},
  author={Matt Bishop and Justin Cummins and Sean Peisert and Anhad Singh and Bhume Bhumiratana and Deborah A. Agarwal and Deborah A. Frincke and Michael Hogarth},
  booktitle={NSPW},
  year={2010}
}
Research in data sanitization (including anonymization) emphasizes ways to prevent an adversary from desanitizing data. Most work focuses on using mathematical mappings to sanitize data. A few papers examine incorporation of privacy requirements, either in the guise of templates or prioritization. Essentially these approaches reduce the information that can be gleaned from a data set. In contrast, this paper considers both the need to ``desanitize'' and the need to support privacy. We consider… CONTINUE READING
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