Distributed Datalog Revisited

  title={Distributed Datalog Revisited},
  author={Serge Abiteboul and Meghyn Bienvenu and Alban Galland and Marie-Christine Rousset},
The emergence of Web 2.0 and social network applications has enabled more and more users to share sensitive information over the Web. The information they manipulate has many facets: personal data (e.g., pictures, movies, music, contacts, emails), social data (e.g., annotations, recommendations, contacts), localization information (e.g., bookmarks), access information (e.g., login, keys), web services (e.g., legacy data, search engines), access rights, ontologies, beliefs, time and provenance… CONTINUE READING