Survey on Discrimination Techniques for Privacy Preserving Data Mining

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Executive Summary

Data mining is an important technology for extracting useful knowledge hidden in large collections of data. Privacy is a main issue in data mining. The former is an unintentional or planned admission of a user profile or activity data as part of the output of a data mining algorithm or as a result of data sharing. For this reason, privacy preserving data mining has been introduced to trade-off the utility of the resulting data for protecting individual privacy. Along with privacy, discrimination is a very important issue when considering the legal and ethical aspects of data mining.

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