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Input Privacy-Preservation Techniques Project
*New* Final report of the Input Privacy-Preservation Project will be available soon. Click here the first draft of the report.
The project started in July 2020 attracted more than 30 experts around the world and ran until December 2022.
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Open technical consultation on Towards a trustworthy Multi-Party Secure Private Computing-as-a-service infrastructure for official statistics
An open technical consultation was launched. More information on the motivation and background of the consultation can be found here.
Results are summarized in the final report of the project.
2021 Webinar Input Privacy-Preservation Techniques
In 2021, the project organized the webinar Input privacy-preservation techniques.
2022 Seminar Input Privacy-Preservation Techniques
On 24 November 2022, from 2pm to 5pm (UTC +1), a seminar was organised in Geneva, Switzerland to provide updates on the project.
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