DETERMINING MULTI - PARTY SECURITY IN OSN

Rafiqha Kausar, S. Vineela Krishna

Abstract


Products shared through Social Media may affect several users’ privacy including photos that illustrate multiple users, comments that mention multiple users, occasions through which multiple users are important, etc. Getting less multi-party privacy management support in current mainstream Social Media infrastructures makes users unable to appropriately control these items are actually shared otherwise. Computational mechanisms that may merge the privacy preferences of multiple users in one insurance plan for each product may help solve this problem. However, merging multiple users’ privacy preferences is not always easy, because privacy preferences may conflict, so approach to resolve conflicts are important. Additionally, they need to consider how users’ would actually obtain a contract of the sorts of the conflict so that you can propose solutions which may be acceptable by all of the users affected by the item to obtain shared. Current approaches are frequently too demanding or only consider fixed method of aggregating privacy preferences. In this paper, we propose the first computational mechanism to resolve conflicts for multi-party privacy management in Social Media that is able to adapt to different situations by modelling the concessions that users make to attain a procedure for their Conflicts.


Keywords


Social Media; Privacy; Conflicts; Multi-Party Privacy; Online Social Networks;

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