DOI: 10.48550/arxiv.2201.08120
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Abstract: The exponential growth of collected, processed, and shared microdata has given rise to concerns about individuals' privacy. As a result, laws and regulations have emerged to control what organisations do with microdata and how they protect it. Statistical Disclosure Control seeks to reduce the risk of confidential information disclosure by de-identifying them. Such de-identification is guaranteed through privacy-preserving techniques. However, de-identified data usually results in loss of information, with a p… Show more

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