Detecting And Resolving Privacy Conflicts

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DETECTING AND RESOLVING PRIVACY CONFLICTS IN ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORKS USING ACCESS CONTROL MECHANISM Mr.J.S.Harilakshmanraj1 Dr.N.Rajkumar2 II Year M.E (Software Engineering) Professor & H.O.D of M.E (Software Engineering) Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore Tamilnadu, India-641022 Tamilnadu,India-641022 Hariproffessor@gmail.com nrk29@rediffmail.com ABSTRACT: Online Social Network (OSN) sites act as a medium to spread their own views, activities and their thoughts to some camaraderie. The OSNs contents and images are spread on the web isn’t determined by a human decision. At present, there is a risk of information leakage in many social networking sites. There is no mechanism used…show more content…
For example, Facebook is one of most frequently used social networking site, which has more than 800 million active users and over 40 billion pieces of contents like web links, news, blog posts, photos are being shared each month[2].To protect user data, access control mechanism has become much needed one,[4],[5]. At present, OSN provides each user with a user- wall, where users and friends can post content and leave messages. Subsequently, users can not only upload content into their own or other spaces, but also tag other users, who appear in the content. Each tag acts an explicit reference that links to a user’s space. To protect the user data, at present scenario OSNs require users to be system and policy administrator for regulating their data. A simple access control mechanism allowing users to govern access to information contained in their spaces, but has no control over the data, which presented outside their spaces. For example, if a user posts a comment in a friend’s space, she/he cannot specify, who should view the comment. In another situation, when a user uploads a photo and tags friends who appear in the photo, he/she cannot state any privacy norms about the photo. In this paper, we propose a solution to sophisticate collaborative management of shared data in OSNs.Based on these sharing patterns,
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