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Information privacy is a critical design feature for any exchange system, with privacy-preserving applications requiring, most of the time, the identification and labelling of sensitive information. However, privacy and the concept of "sensitive information" are extremely elusive terms, as they are heavily dependent upon the context they are conveyed in. To accommodate such specificity, we first introduce a taxonomy of four context classes to categorise relationships of terms with their textualdoi:10.3390/app10248924 fatcat:7azezpthcjddhe6djken52p53q