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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The ubiquity of smartphones and other location-aware handheld devices has resulted in a dramatic increase in popularity of locationbased services (LBS) tailored to user locations. The comfort of LBS comes with a privacy cost. Various distressing privacy violations caused by sharing sensitive location information with potentially malicious services have highlighted the importance of location privacy research aiming to protect user privacy while interacting with LBS. The anonymity anddoi:10.1007/978-3-642-03511-1_3 fatcat:mcnrxnowhzckbjir6qqygxlgam