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Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing
In today's world, the issue of identifying spammers has received increasing attention because of its practical relevance in the field of social network analysis. The growing popularity of social networking sites has made them prime targets for spammers. By allowing users to publicize and share their independently generated content, online social networks become susceptible to different types of malicious and opportunistic user actions. Social network community users are fed with irrelevantdoi:10.1007/978-81-322-1680-3_22 fatcat:zbmffnwkufabrp3d6a5dd444ei