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GEPETO: a GEoPrivacy-Enhancing TOolkit

Abstract : A geolocated system generally belongs to an individual and as such knowing its location reveals the location of its owner, which is a direct threat against his privacy. To protect the privacy of users, a sanitization process, which adds uncertainty to the data and removes some sensible information, can be performed but at the cost of a decrease of utility due to the quality degradation of the data. In this paper, we introduce GEPETO (for GEoPrivacy-Enhancing TOolkit), a flexible open source software which can be used to visualize, sanitize, perform inference attacks and measure the utility of a particular geolocated dataset. The main objective of GEPETO is to enable a user to design, tune, experiment and evaluate various sanitization algorithms and inference attacks as well as visualizing the following results and evaluating the resulting trade-off between privacy and utility.
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Sébastien Gambs, Marc-Olivier Killijian, Miguel Nuñez del Prado Cortez. GEPETO: a GEoPrivacy-Enhancing TOolkit. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Advances in Mobile Computing and Applications: Security, Privacy and Trust, held in conjunction with the 24th IEEE AINA conference, Apr 2010, Perth, Australia. ⟨10.1109/WAINA.2010.170⟩. ⟨inria-00556835⟩



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