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Privacy and correctness trade-offs for information-theoretically secure quantum homomorphic encryption

Homomorphic encryption, which allows a server to compute on encrypted data of a client without first decrypting it, is like a “Swiss army knife” of classical cryptography. Namely, by treating homomorphic encryption as a cryptographic primitive, a broad range of … Continue reading

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