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comment Publishing only items your subscriber previously subscribed to, without you knowing which those items are
It's pure theory for me, but I guess now is the time to point you to the reason I'm curious.
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comment Publishing only items your subscriber previously subscribed to, without you knowing which those items are
Yes, to the extent that the sender should not be able to deduce anything about the emails in a company's subscription other than the total number.
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comment Publishing only items your subscriber previously subscribed to, without you knowing which those items are
@RickyDemer That language seems less specific, more cloudy. I'll try to clarify.
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@RickyDemer The only interaction is subscribing and later finding the intersection with as few round-trips as possible (obviously) to achieve the proper ignorance. Can you suggest better tags?
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comment Why not use an algorithm's code rather than data itself for one time pads?
That's the best answer I've heard so far. Simplicity is powerful.
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