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Introduction

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posted on 2023-01-30, 04:00 authored by T Zhu, Gang LiGang Li, Wanlei Zhou, P S Yu
Over the past two decades, digital information collected by corporations, organizations and governments has resulted in huge number of datasets, and the speed of such data collection has increased dramatically over the last a few years. However, most of the collected datasets are personally related and contain private or sensitive information. Differential privacy is a solid privacy model that provides a provable privacy guarantee for individuals. Differential privacy theoretically proves that there is a low probability of the adversary figuring out the unknown record. Compared to the previous privacy models, differential privacy can successfully resist background attack and provide a provable privacy guarantee.

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69

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1 - 6

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1568-2633

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BN Other book chapter, or book chapter not attributed to Deakin

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