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CCS
2009
ACM
12 years 6 hour ago
Inferring privacy policies for social networking services
Social networking sites have come under criticism for their poor privacy protection track record. Yet, there is an inherent difficulty in deciding which principals should have acc...
George Danezis
ISI
2006
Springer
11 years 5 months ago
Inferring Privacy Information from Social Networks
Since privacy information can be inferred via social relations, the privacy confidentiality problem becomes increasingly challenging as online social network services are more popu...
Jianming He, Wesley W. Chu, Zhenyu Liu
CCS
2009
ACM
12 years 6 hour ago
Finding "hidden" connections on linkedIn an argument for more pragmatic social network privacy
Social networking services well know that some users are unwilling to freely share the information they store with the service (e.g. profile information). To address this, servic...
Jessica Staddon
PERCOM
2010
ACM
11 years 3 months ago
Privacy Butler: A personal privacy rights manager for online presence
Abstract—The online presence projected by a person is comprised of all the information about them available on the Internet. In online communities and social networking services,...
Ryan Wishart, Domenico Corapi, Anil Madhavapeddy, ...
EDBTW
2010
Springer
12 years 1 days ago
Analysis of social networking privacy policies
As the use of social networks becomes more widespread and commonplace, users are beginning to question how their privacy is protected by social networks. In this paper, we review ...
Leanne Wu, Maryam Majedi, Kambiz Ghazinour, Ken Ba...
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