De-Anonymizing Users Across Heterogeneous Social Computing Platforms


Many people use multiple online and social computing platforms, and choose to share varying amounts of personal information about themselves depending on the context and type of site. For example, people may be willing to share personally-identifiable details (including their real name and date of birth) on a site like Facebook, but may withhold their… (More)


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@inproceedings{Korayem2013DeAnonymizingUA, title={De-Anonymizing Users Across Heterogeneous Social Computing Platforms}, author={Mohammed Korayem and David J. Crandall}, booktitle={ICWSM}, year={2013} }