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Survey on Privacy Preserving in Social Networks

@inproceedings{Mayil2016SurveyOP,
  title={Survey on Privacy Preserving in Social Networks},
  author={S. Mayil and Dr. M. Vanitha},
  year={2016}
}
The development of online social networks and the release of data network resulting in the risk of leakage of personal confidential information. This requires privacy protection before the data network is published by the service provider. Data privacy online social networks are important in recent years. Therefore, this research is still in its infancy. This article describes the generalization techniques of anonymous social networking data with sufficient privacy for harsh environments while… 

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