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With the digitization of society and the continuous migration of services to the electronic world, individuals have lost significant control over their data. In this paper, we consider the problem of protecting personal information subjects. More specifically, we propose a new primitive allowing a data subject to decide when, how, and by whom his data can be accessed, without the database manager learning anything about his identity, at the time the data is retrieved. The proposed solution,doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75651-4_18 dblp:conf/iwsec/Layouni07 fatcat:qczh6boihzbsdpvi2x7ebipiqm