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Differential Privacy on Dynamic Data

by   Yuan Qiu, et al.
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

A fundamental problem in differential privacy is to release a privatized data structure over a dataset that can be used to answer a class of linear queries with small errors. This problem has been well studied in the static case. In this paper, we consider the dynamic setting where items may be inserted into or deleted from the dataset over time, and we need to continually release data structures so that queries can be answered at any time instance. We present black-box constructions of such dynamic differentially private mechanisms from static ones with only a polylogarithmic degradation in the utility. For the fully-dynamic case, this is the first such result. For the insertion-only case, similar constructions are known, but we improve them for sparse update streams.


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