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History of Information : The case of Privacy and Security in Social Media

@inproceedings{Gritzalis2014HistoryOI,
  title={History of Information : The case of Privacy and Security in Social Media},
  author={Gritzalis and Kandias and Stavrou and Mitrou},
  year={2014}
}
Web 2.0 and Social media have widened society’s opportunities for communication amusement and networking, while enabling internet users to contribute online content. The information flows created, along with Open Source Intelligence techniques, can be crawled and processed for a variety of reasons from personalized advertising to behaviour prediction/profiling. In this paper, our goal is to present two horror stories from the digital world of Social Media, in order to: (a). Present an insider… 

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