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Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
The desire to share one's location with friends and family or to use location information for navigation and recommendations services is often overshadowed by the need to preserve privacy. As recent progress in big data analytics, ambient intelligence, and conflation techniques is met with the economy's growing hunger for data, even formerly negligible digital footprints become revealing of our activities. The majority of established geoprivacy research tries to protect an individual's locationdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-33783-8_10 fatcat:ruvgm2utevanrjtjojqc5g7lvy