k-Anonymization in the Presence of Publisher Preferences

@article{Dewri2011kAnonymizationIT,
  title={k-Anonymization in the Presence of Publisher Preferences},
  author={Rinku Dewri and Indrajit Ray and Indrakshi Ray and L. Darrell Whitley},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering},
  year={2011},
  volume={23},
  pages={1678-1690}
}
Privacy constraints are typically enforced on shared data that contain sensitive personal attributes. However, owing to its adverse effect on the utility of the data, information loss must be minimized while sanitizing the data. Existing methods for this purpose modify the data only to the extent necessary to satisfy the privacy constraints, thereby asserting that the information loss has been minimized. However, given the subjective nature of information loss, it is often difficult to justify… CONTINUE READING

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