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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Mobile communication has grown quickly in the last two decades. Connections can be wirelessly established from almost any habitable place in the earth, leading to a plethora of connection-based tracking mechanisms, such as GPS, GSM, RFID, etc. Trajectories representing the movement of people are consequently being gathered and analysed in a daily basis. However, a trajectory may contain sensitive and private information, which raises the problem of whether spatio-temporal data can be publisheddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-41483-6_2 fatcat:ouspohgzm5ecfgwmusmgkb22wm