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Google open-sources its differential privacy library
Google has released an open-source version of its differential privacy library, which it uses to gain valuable insights from its core products, such as Google Maps. The software allows organisations and developers to unlock the potential of large data sets without losing the trust of their users, by ensuring that not one person's data can be distinguished or re-identified.
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