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By Yaniv Altshuler, Yuval Elovici, Armin B. Cremers, Nadav Aharony, Alex Pentland

Security and privateness in Social Networks brings to the leading edge cutting edge methods for examining and embellishing the protection and privateness dimensions in on-line social networks, and is the 1st finished test devoted solely to this box. with a view to facilitate the transition of such tools from thought to mechanisms designed and deployed in current on-line social networking providers, the booklet aspires to create a typical language among the researchers and practitioners of this new zone- spanning from the speculation of computational social sciences to standard safeguard and community engineering.

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3. 1 35 Authenticity Like every other type of information that is transmitted over the Internet, digital facets are affected by security issues, such as integrity, confidentiality, and authenticity. In our context, the predominant concern is the authenticity of facets, because, as said before, the lack of physical contact and the ease with which digital data can be copied and transported pose serious threats. In this context, we use the term authenticity in the following way. Proposition 5 (Authenticity of a Facet) A facet f E is said to be authentic when it has been published either by the entity E to which it refers or by an authorized person.

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Note that intrinsically authentic attributes do not necessarily lead to identification, even though they are tied to a person. Imagine a situation in which E creates a pure DiD, G, consisting of a set of facets FG. E uses an original writing style that fits the DiD and its purpose. Assuming that a person U knows one facet, fiG, which constitutes U’s image of G (IU(G)), then U can match the writing style of a second facet, fj G, that she observes and, thus, recognize the correspondence of fjG to IU(G).

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