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DM: How to use datamining to *protect* privacy?

From: Peter van der Putten
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 22:52:33 -0400 (EDT)
Dear all,

A major vertical application of our visual datamining & matching 
DataDetective are e-markets. Examples are websites where you can 
search for
jobs, cars & houses (homegenuous product, lots of suppliers, lots of

I am currently defining a long term research proposal on the use of
datamining to *protect* privacy instead of invading it. An example 
would be
a 'cop' agent that monitors consumption behavior to identify somebody 
using a login of somebody else (deviation detection).

I am very much interested in links, articles, names of researchers 
etc that
are relevant for this application.



P.S. Anyone interested in current e-market technology can contact me 

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Peter van der Putten (
Consultant Sentient Machine Research
(tel) +31 20 6186927 (fax) +31 20 6124504

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