Protecting Privacy through Distributed Computation in Multi-agent Decision Making

4 Feb 2014 Thomas Leaute Boi Faltings

As large-scale theft of data from corporate servers is becoming increasingly common, it becomes interesting to examine alternatives to the paradigm of centralizing sensitive data into large databases. Instead, one could use cryptography and distributed computation so that sensitive data can be supplied and processed in encrypted form, and only the final result is made known... (read more)

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