Presentation: Revisiting the Economics of Privacy: Population Statistics and Privacy as Public Goods
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Anonymization and data quality are intimately linked. Although this link has been properly acknowledged in the Computer Science and Statistical Disclosure Limitation literatures, economics offers a framework for formalizing the linkage and analyzing optimal decisions and equilibrium outcomes.
The opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the author and neither the National Science Foundation nor the Census Bureau.
NSF grants CNS-0627680, SES-0820349, SES-0922005, SES-0922494, BCS-0941226, SES-1042181, TC-1012593, SES 1131848, U.S. Census Bureau
Data Linkage and Anonymisation Scoping Meeting, Issac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK
Data Privacy; Confidentiality Protection; Economics