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Cynthia Dwork, a Harvard University computer scientist who helped develop differential privacy, has called the data technique “provably future-proof,” meaning it’s supposed to be immune even to hacking techniques that haven’t been devised yet. CREDIT: Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

Cynthia Dwork, a Harvard University computer scientist who helped develop differential privacy, has called the data technique “provably future-proof,” meaning it’s supposed to be immune even to hacking techniques that haven’t been devised yet. CREDIT: Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

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