An Experience with a De-identifying Task to Inform About Privacy Issues

Tipo de publicación: Book Chapter

Publicado en: Privacy and Identity Management

Autores
  • Esquivel-Quirós, Luis Gustavo
  • Barrantes, E. Gabriela
  • Aspinall, David
  • Camenisch, Jan
  • Hansen, Marit
  • Fischer-Hübner, Simone
  • Raab, Charles

Investigadores del CITIC asociados a la publicación
Luis Gustavo Esquivel Quirós
E. Gabriela Barrantes Sliesarieva

Proyecto asociado a la publicación
Creación de plataforma experimental para técnicas de protección de la privacidad de la información

Palabras claves
  • De-identification
  • education
  • Privacy concerns
  • Re-identification
Resumen

People tend to value their privacy, but are usually unaware about the extent to which their personal information is exposed through ordinary data available online. In this paper we describe an experience in which a group of students worked to identify a group of people from partial data that had been stripped of any direct identifiers, such as name or identification number. The students were successful in the assigned task, and as an indirect consequence, there was an increase of interest in the topic of privacy. With the partial evidence collected from this case, we argue that a hands-on, exercise-solving approach could be adapted to communicate privacy issues more effectively.

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An Experience with a De-identifying Task to Inform About Privacy Issues