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Emily
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Medina shows that bounded influence estimators can be naturally used to construct differentially private estimators. However, he also shows that there are differentially private estimators which do not have an asymptotically bounded influence function.

Is there a condition on the influence function of an estimator such that medina's associated estimator or some other natural associated estimator will be differentially private if and only if it satisfies this condition?

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