Oblivious transfer refers to a cryptographic protocol in which a sender possesses a set of data and a receiver queries the sender for a particular member of that set in such a way that the sender does not learn which member the receiver requests. In other words, the sender is oblivious of what she actually transferred to the receiver.
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