A Privacy Preserving Model Bridging Data Provider and Collector Preferences

With the increasing amount of data collected by service providers, privacy concerns increase for data owners who provide private data to receive services. Legislative acts require service providers to protect the privacy of customers. Privacy policy frameworks, such as P3P, assist them by describing their privacy policies to customers (e.g. publishing privacy policy on websites). Unfortunately, providing the policies alone does not guarantee that they are actually enforced because privacy is not a key feature of conventional access control models. A privacy-preserving model should consider the privacy preferences of both the data provider and collector.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Security Date Added: Mar 2013 Format: PDF

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