[MyData & Open Data] distinctions between personal and open
mark.elliot at manchester.ac.uk
Wed Jul 24 10:06:49 UTC 2013
So you really do not make a distinction between publishing full tax records on the internet with full identifiers and a set of univariate aggregate tables held in side safe data lab that only one person sees?
Ohm, in short, is wrong because he fails to model the context.
Centre for Census and Survey Research
School of Social Sciences
University of Manchester
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Sent: 24 July 2013 10:58
To: Mark Elliot
Cc: Elaine Mackey; mydata-open-data at lists.okfn.org
Subject: Re: [MyData & Open Data] distinctions between personal and open
On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 09:53:42AM +0000, Mark Elliot wrote:
> This is a useful example of a disclosure and of bad anonymisation which we can add to our list.
hmm, all anonymization is "bad".
either it's anonymous, or useful. you can't have both, this is the result of ohm's paper.
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