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Privacy architectures in social networks' state-of-the-art survey
by Mohammad Badiul Islam; Renato Iannella; Jason Watson; Shlomo Geva
International Journal of Information Privacy, Security and Integrity (IJIPSI), Vol. 2, No. 2, 2015

 

Abstract: The use of social networking has exploded, with millions of people using various web- and mobile-based services around the world. This increase in social networking use has led to user anxiety related to privacy and the unauthorised exposure of personal information. Large-scale sharing in virtual spaces means that researchers, designers and developers now need to re-consider the issues and challenges of maintaining privacy when using social networking services. This paper provides a comprehensive survey of the current state-of-the-art privacy in social networks for both desktop and mobile uses and devices from various architectural vantage points. The survey will assist researchers and analysts in academia and industry to move towards mitigating many of the privacy issues in social networks.

Online publication date: Fri, 18-Mar-2016

 

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