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A Model of Privacy Preserving in Dynamic Set-valued Data Re-publication

Dan Wang,
Yi Wu,
Wenbing Zhao,
Lihua Fu,

Abstract


A model of privacy preserving in dynamic set-valued data re-publication is studied in this paper. Dynamic data in most practical applications may be re-published after updating, and the sensitive information of which may confront the risk of being exposed by adversary using historical publish results. A novel k-preserving model is proposed to protect data privacy from being exposed by continuing using transactional k-anonymity and maintaining the diversity and continuity of sensitive elements in the dataset during re-publication. An anonymous algorithm is also proposed to reduce information loss of the anonymous result by integrating local generalization with suppression technique. Real-world datasets are used in the experiment, the results and evaluations demonstrate that the approach in this paper can prevent privacy disclosure effectively and acquire publishing result with better availability.


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Dan Wang, Yi Wu, Wenbing Zhao, Lihua Fu, "A Model of Privacy Preserving in Dynamic Set-valued Data Re-publication," Journal of Internet Technology, vol. 20, no. 1 , pp. 147-156, Jan. 2019.

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