Could multiparty computation become a data anonymization tool?

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As the consideration and use of privacy-enhancing technologies like differential privacy or synthetic data increase, the room for previously unimaginable secure information-sharing methods increases. This is particularly true for secure multiparty computation, known as “one of the most influential achievements of modern cryptography.� IAPP Senior Fellow for Privacy Engineering Katharina Koerner, CIPP/US, analyzes the use of multiparty computation as a successful supplementary measure and potential anonymization tool under the EU General Data Protection Regulation, and where it may go from here in regulatory use.
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