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Privacy in social networks has been a vast active area of research due to the enormous increase in privacy concerns with social networking services. Social networks contain sensitive information of individuals, which could be leaked due to insecure data sharing. To enable a secure social network data publication, several privacy schemes were proposed and built upon the anonymity of users. In this paper, we incorporate unlinkability in the context of weighted network data publication, which hasdoi:10.1109/access.2021.3066176 fatcat:yjptm7lomnhdjj3ctbknnqexsq