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Collections of real-world data usually have implicit or explicit structural relations. For example, databases link records through foreign keys, and XML documents express associations between different values through syntax. Privacy preservation, until now, has focused either on data with a very simple structure, e.g. relational tables, or on data with very complex structure e.g. social network graphs, but has ignored intermediate cases, which are the most frequent in practice. In this work, wefatcat:tx6o3lzonngzdap2jm4iewot2u