The UN is testing technology that processes data confidentially
This approach involves the data to be analysed being encrypted by their keeper and staying on the premises.
The organisation running the analysis (in this case OpenMined) sends its algorithm to the keeper, who runs it on the encrypted data.
It also permits the organisation releasing the findings to set a so-called “privacy budget”, which determines the level of granularity disclosed by the data.
In the argot of the field, SMPC provides input privacy, while differential privacy offers output privacy.
The PETs Lab’s next goals are to dive more deeply into trade data and to add more agencies to the roster.
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