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Jan. 14, 2022, 4:57 p.m. | /u/wearenolongerlost

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Hi,

I'm a digital librarian working on digitizing and publishing sensitive documents. I was wondering if there are any published metrics where you can measure a document's risk impact based on the attributes it might contain (like names, address, etc.).

I've been looking at k-anonymity/l-diversity extensions but I'm not sure how well they apply because in documents, it's hard to relate attributes to one another, and the data doesn't exist in a clean attribute-based database. Would love any guidance. Thanks!

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