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Can we improve Internet transparency without worsening user anonymity? For a long time, researchers have been proposing transparency systems, where traffic reports produced at strategic network points help assess network behavior and verify service-level agreements or neutrality compliance. However, such reports necessarily reveal when certain traffic appeared at a certain network point, and this information could, in principle, be used to compromise low-latency anonymity networks like Tor. In this paper, we examine whether more Internet transparency necessarily means less anonymity. We start from the information that a basic transparency solution would publish about a network and study how that would impact the anonymity of the network’s users. Then we study how to change, in real time, the time granularity of traffic reports in order to preserve both user anonymity and report utility. We evaluate with real and synthetic data and show that our algorithm can offer a good anonymity/utility balance, even in adversarial scenarios where aggregates consist of very few flows.

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this context also means avoiding mistakes, fraud and corruption ( ibid. ). The tools to achieve this are known, but their use in practice is a problem. This also applies to the principle of transparency in public procurement, which is one of the fundamental principles intended to contribute to the objectives outlined above. Halonen (2016) . In Slovenia, approx. EUR 4 billion is spent through public procurement every year, which accounts for around 40% of the national budget expenditure. Ministry of Public Administration (2016) . Since Slovenia was severely affected