Conflict Detection Techniques for Preserving Privacy in Social Media
International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology
Social Network is an emerging e-service for Content Sharing Sites (CSS). It is an emerging service which provides reliable communication. Some users over CSS affect user's privacy on their personal contents, where some users keep on sending annoying comments and messages by taking advantage of the user's inherent trust in their relationship network. Integration of multiple user's privacy preferences is very difficult task, because privacy preferences may create conflict. The techniques to
... e conflicts are essentially required. Moreover, these methods need to consider how users would actually reach an agreement about a solution to the conflict in order to offer solutions acceptable by all of the concerned users. The first mechanism to resolve conflicts for multi-party privacy management in social media that is able to adapt to different situations by displaying the enterprises that users make to reach a result to the conflicts. Billions of items that are uploaded to social media are co-owned by multiple users. Only the user that uploads the item is allowed to set its privacy settings (i.e. who can access the item). This is a critical problem as users' privacy preferences for co-owned items can conflict. Multi-party privacy management is therefore of crucial importance for users to appropriately reserve their privacy in social media.