Multilevel Anti-Discrimination Privacy Preserved Data Transmission
Most organizations will need to reveal their crucial data which includes the sensitive information that discloses one’s identity during data transmission processes. To limit the access to such sensitive data, various privacy preservation techniques are applied based on the level of priority assumed. Discrimination is the unfair treatment of an individual or group based on their membership on a particular category. So, the decision attribute that leads to discrimination needs to be hided or transformed. This paper deals with the correlation of discrimination prevention and privacy preservation. By applying privacy preservation techniques, it can be shown that the discrimination prevention can be easily accomplished along with secure transmission of data to different levels of users. The privacy preservation methods such as generalization, bucketization, slicing, etc. are applied to the system based priority level. The multilevel anti-discrimination privacy preserving data transmission system used in this paper show the interwined concepts of both privacy preservation and discrimination prevention which leads to the efficient secure data transmission.