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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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Modelling privacy requirements with ontologies

An interesting aspect of semantic technologies is that they are better suited to address some of the challenges relating to privacy, especially to model and reason over domain knowledge relating to information-flows that threaten privacy of  users in ’conventional’ computer systems. By ‘conventional’ we mean all computer systems which primary focus is not Semantic Web. In […]

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