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Privacy-preserving data publication: A review on “updates” in continuous data publication

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2 Author(s)
Anjum, A. ; Ecole Polytech., Univ. of Nantes, Nantes, France ; Raschia, G.

Preserving the privacy of individuals while publishing their relevant data has been an important problem. Most of previous works in privacy preserving data publication focus on one time, static release of datasets. In multiple publications however, where data is published multiple times, these techniques are unable to ensure privacy of the concerned individuals as just joining either of the releases could result in identity disclosure. In this work, we tried to investigate the major findings in the scenario of continuous data publication, in which the data is not only published multiple times but also modified with INSERTS, UPDATES and DELETE operations.

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Information and Communication Technologies (ICICT), 2011 International Conference on

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23-24 July 2011

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