Decentralized privacy preserving services for Online Social Networks
Online Social Networks and Media, Volume 6, 2018, Pages 18-25.
Abstract Current popular and widely adopted Online Social Networks (OSNs) all follow a logically centered architecture, by which one single entity owns unprecedented collections of personal data in terms of amount, variety, geographical span, and richness in detail. This is clearly constituting one of the major threats to users privacy ...More
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