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This paper presents a ranking-based approach to the assessment of privacy risks emerging from textual contents in online communities, focusing on sensitive topics, such as being depressed. ... We cast these considerations into the new model of R-Susceptibility, which can inform and alert users about their potential for being targeted, and devise measures for quantitative risk assessment. ... Approach and Challenges This paper introduces R-Susceptibility: a ranking-based privacy risk model for assessing users' privacy risks in online communities, accompanied by IR-style risk measures for quantifying ...doi:10.1145/2911451.2911533 dblp:conf/sigir/BiegaGMMTW16 fatcat:pl4belusgjbnhficbjgqpeepgi
and the institute administration, for creating such an amazing working environment. ... Thanks to Dominika as well as all the friends from our Polish geek group in Sb for all the good times and great discussions. ... Special thanks to Fabian Suchanek for being a fantastic mentor, for introducing me to the research world and later convincing me to do a PhD, and for being an inspiring example of how to reconcile professional ...doi:10.22028/d291-27886 fatcat:u7nluah7mbfydberqyi67vsia4