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Privacy in Social Networks by Lise Getoor, Evimaria Terzi, Elena Zheleva

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PART II

Data Publishing andPrivacy-Preserving Mechanisms

The underlying motivation for the privacy definitions and publishing mechanisms that we present in Part II are from the point of view of the service providers who are interested in providing access to their data while maintaining user anonymity. While privacy research has a long history, privacy preservation in the context of online social network data is a relatively new research field. Rather than assuming data which is described by a single table of independent user records with attribute information for each row, it takes into consideration more complex real-world datasets. As discussed earlier, network data, often represented as a collection of relational tables describing entities ...

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