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[[Category: Privacy]]

Revision as of 16:22, 26 September 2022

Ful Title or Meme

A wide range of anonymization techniques have been proposed that give the illusion of Privacy.

Context

  • Most of the "anonymization" techniques depend on removing all Personally Identifiable Information from the document for from a data base. The fact that this is pure fiction has not stoped the spread of this idea.
  • The US Census anonymized census data to provide privacy.
  • Bitcoin explicitly claimed it remained completely anonymous even though every participate has a public key which acts just like an Identifier.
  • THe W3C Credential Community Group claimed Herd Privacy by virtue of the large number of identifiers flooding around.

Problems

One very good repudiation of this stated the following[1]

References

  1. Joshua Brustein, Crytpo's $8,6 Billion Private Eye, Business Week (2022-09-26) pp. 19ff