Revisiting the Computational Practicality of Private Information Retrieval

@inproceedings{Olumofin2011RevisitingTC,
  title={Revisiting the Computational Practicality of Private Information Retrieval},
  author={Femi G. Olumofin and Ian Goldberg},
  booktitle={Financial Cryptography},
  year={2011}
}
The retrieval of information from a remote database server typically demands providing the server with some search terms to assist with the retrieval task. However, keeping the search terms private without undermining the server’s ability to retrieve the desired information is a common requirement for many privacy-preservingsystems. Private information retrieval (PIR) provides a cryptographicmeans for retrieving data from a database without the database or database administrator learning any… CONTINUE READING
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