CS 349: Quantifying Data Privacy

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Course Overview

Privacy is recognized as a fundamental human right, and this recognition is increasingly being extended to people's data. Yet, there is vigorous debate and disagreement on the meaning of data privacy and how to preserve it. This course is an in-depth study into how computer scientists quantify privacy, how dealing with data necessitates such a consideration, what are good notions of data privacy and how we can design technologies and algorithms that satisfy such notions.

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