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On the need for user-defined fine-grained access control policies for social networking applications

Abstract:

The increasing popularity in social network web sites is giving rise to new classes of security and privacy concerns. The effective management of these threats will require a three-pronged approach, involving a combination of social, legal and technical solutions. At the heart of the issue is the notion of trust: in sharing personal data, individuals are placing their trust not only in those responsible for these sites, but in other members of their virtual communities. In this paper we draw ...

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10.1145/1461469.1461470

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Simpson, A More by this author
Journal:
Proceedings of the 2008 Workshop Security in Opportunistic and SOCial Networks, SOSOC'08
Publication date:
2008
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uuid:148efbb2-62f4-432e-864f-f9f572cff23e
Source identifiers:
328653
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pubs:328653
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English
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