Towards an axiomatization of statistical privacy and utility

@inproceedings{Kifer2010TowardsAA,
  title={Towards an axiomatization of statistical privacy and utility},
  author={Daniel Kifer and Bing-Rong Lin},
  booktitle={PODS '10},
  year={2010}
}
  • Daniel Kifer, Bing-Rong Lin
  • Published in PODS '10 2010
  • Computer Science
  • "Privacy" and "utility" are words that frequently appear in the literature on statistical privacy. But what do these words really mean? In recent years, many problems with intuitive notions of privacy and utility have been uncovered. Thus more formal notions of privacy and utility, which are amenable to mathematical analysis, are needed. In this paper we present our initial work on an axiomatization of privacy and utility. In particular, we study how these concepts are affected by randomized… CONTINUE READING

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