Statistical Disclosure Control

@inproceedings{Hundepool2012StatisticalDC,
  title={Statistical Disclosure Control},
  author={Anco Hundepool and Josep Domingo-Ferrer and Luisa Franconi and Sarah Giessing and Eric Schulte Nordholt and Keith Spicer and Peter-Paul de Wolf},
  year={2012}
}
Anco Hundepool Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands Josep Domingo-Ferrer, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalonia, Spain Luisa Franconi, Italian National Institute of Statistics, Italy Sarah Giessing, Federal Statistical Office of Germany, Germany Eric Schulte Nordholt Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands Keith Spicer, Office for National Statistics, UK Peter-Paul de Wolf Statistics Netherlands, The Netherlands 

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