The current mainstream approach to privacy protection is to release as little personal data as possible (
). To this end, Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) provide anonymity on the application and network layers, support pseudonyms and help users to control access to their personal data, e.g., through identity management systems. However, protecting privacy by merely minimising disclosed data is not sufficient as more and more electronic applications (such as in the eHealth or the eGovernment sectors) require personal data. For today's information systems, the processing of released data has to be controlled (
). This chapter presents technical and organisational solutions elaborated within FIDIS on how privacy can be preserved in spite of the disclosure of personal data.
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