Privacy and Government Data Banks

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  • Author : David H. Flaherty
  • Publisher : London : Mansell
  • Pages : 353 pages
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  • Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Government Operations. Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Privacy and Information Systems
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 April 1974

Private Rights Public Wrongs

Private Rights  Public Wrongs
  • Author : Michael Rogers Rubin
  • Publisher : Praeger
  • Release : 22 April 1988
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This book examines trends that affect citizen's privacy, now that computer files with information on credit and overall financial status are easily accessible, and not always accurate. The unregulated use of individuals' computer files is a serious challenge to the values that underlie this country's social political well-being. The book discusses the need for balance between the privacy interests of individuals and the financial interests of large institutions, who may benefit from these files in locating those trying to cheat

Information Theory and Privacy in Data Banks

Information Theory and Privacy in Data Banks
  • Author : Irving S. Reed
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 22 April 1973
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The problem of providing privacy transformations for data banks and retrieval systems falls into two modern disciplines: information theory and computer science. In the paper the concern is primarily with the former. Here it is shown that measures of privacy can be drawn from information theory and, in particular, from rate distortion theory. It is demonstrated that a rate distortion function or the minimum mutual information about a record, conveyed by a distorted version of the record, is a natural