Context-aware Data Aggregation with Localized Information Privacy

6 Apr 2018 Bo Jiang Ming Li Ravi Tandon

In this paper, localized information privacy (LIP) is proposed, as a new privacy definition, which allows statistical aggregation while protecting users' privacy without relying on a trusted third party. The notion of context-awareness is incorporated in LIP by the introduction of priors, which enables the design of privacy-preserving data aggregation with knowledge of priors... (read more)

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