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1995
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The Use of Communications Networks to Increase Personal Privacy

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The Use of Communications Networks to Increase Personal Privacy
CommunicationsNetworks can separate as well asjoin iMormation. This ability can be used to increase personal privacy in an environment where advances in technology makes it possible to collect and correlate increasing amounts of information about individuals. The tools and principles necessary to increase personal privacy are demonstrated by creating an anonymous credit card, in which a person’s identity and purchases are separated, and a national health insurance plan, in which treatment, payment and an individual’s identity are separated. An analysis technique is developed to determinehow well the irgformation is separated.
Nicholas F. Maxemchuk, Steven H. Low
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Type Conference
Year 1995
Where INFOCOM
Authors Nicholas F. Maxemchuk, Steven H. Low
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