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USENIX Security ’22 – ‘Pool Inference Attacks On Local Differential Privacy: Quantifying The Privacy Guarantees Of Apple’s Count Mean Sketch In Practice’

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Complete Title: USENIX Security ’22 – Andrea Gadotti, Florimond Houssiau, Meenatchi Sundaram Muthu Selva Annamalai, Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye ‘Pool Inference Attacks on Local Differential Privacy: Quantifying the Privacy Guarantees of Apple’s Count Mean Sketch in Practice’

Our thanks to USENIX for publishing their Presenter’s USENIX Security ’22 Conference tremendous content on the organization’s’ YouTube channel.

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