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Are 140 Characters Enough? A Large-Scale Linkability Study of Tweets

@article{Mishari2014Are1C,
  title={Are 140 Characters Enough? A Large-Scale Linkability Study of Tweets},
  author={Mishari Al Mishari and Dali Kaafar and G. Tsudik and Ekin Oguz},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1406.2746}
}
  • Mishari Al Mishari, Dali Kaafar, +1 author Ekin Oguz
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • Microblogging is a very popular Internet activity that informs and entertains great multitudes of people world-wide via quickly and scalably disseminated terse messages containing all kinds of newsworthy utterances. Even though microblogging is neither designed nor meant to emphasize privacy, numerous contributors hide behind pseudonyms and compartmentalize their different incarnations via multiple accounts within the same, or across multiple, site(s). Prior work has shown that stylometric… CONTINUE READING

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