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Privacy Translucence: How?

The last post presenting the idea of privacy translucence as a use case was prompted by the PrivOn workshop on online privacy, which interestingly was collocated with the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC). More precisely, I had a paper at this workshop, which focused on this use case and on some of the tools we […]

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Privacy translucence?

Semantic and linked data technologies aim at supporting the integrated use and sense-making of distributed, heterogeneous information sources. Naturally, the most direct connection with privacy is to think of the possible issues: how data integration can be used to put together disconnected pieces of personal data, and sense-making to malevolently infer more private information from […]

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