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The Coprelobri project: the logical approach to privacy

Abstract : The aim of the Coprelobri project (standing for " Computers and privacy regulations: the logical bridge ") is to provide tools to design , verify and enforce privacy policies, using logic as a means to reach this goal. The backbone of the project is the design of a logical language that can be used to represent and reason on privacy policies. In a first stage, this language, primarily based on epistemic and deontic logics, will be used to model current privacy regulations. Afterwards, theorem proving and model checking techniques will then be adapted to this language to build practical software tools for regulation makers, corporate lawyers, computer engineers and end users. Given the aims and expectations of this project, it is of paramount importance to take a truly multidisciplinay approach in which computer scientists and legal experts participate jointly to this research.
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Guillaume Aucher, Catherine Barreau-Saliou, Guido Boella, Annie Blandin-Obernesser, Sébastien Gambs, et al.. The Coprelobri project: the logical approach to privacy. 2e Atelier Protection de la Vie Privée (APVP 2011), Jun 2011, Sorèze, France. ⟨hal-00606014⟩



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