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Protecting Privacy in Practice: Current Use, Development and Limits of Privacy Enhancing Technology

This is the Royal Society's report on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs). It aims to show how tech is and can be used to protect privacy, personal, and commercial data.

The report identifies 5 examples of PETs today:

- Homomorphic encryption;

- Trusted Execution Environment;

- Secure Multi-Party Computation;

- Differential Privacy;

- Personal Data Stores.

It hopes to raise awareness of the emerging tech, encourage further research and development, and to inform future policy and regulatory conversations and debates.

Read here.

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