Spring 2019

Differential Privacy for Black Boxes

Tuesday, March 15th, 2022, 2:30 pm2:55 pm

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Paul Laskowski (UC Berkeley)


Calvin Lab Auditorium

In a scenario involving a data holder and an untrusted researcher, there is no way to decide whether arbitrary code contributed by the researcher meets semantic privacy guarantees. A privacy wrapper is an algorithm that interacts with an arbitrary script, treated as a black box, and produces a differentially private output. We present recent results demonstrating novel techniques for building privacy wrappers.