Towards Privacy in a Context-Aware Social Network Based Recommendation System

@article{Yau2011TowardsPI,
  title={Towards Privacy in a Context-Aware Social Network Based Recommendation System},
  author={Po-Wah Yau and Allan Tomlinson},
  journal={2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Privacy, Security, Risk and Trust and 2011 IEEE Third Int'l Conference on Social Computing},
  year={2011},
  pages={862-865}
}
Previous work has reported on `Instant Knowledge', a context-aware social networking based recommendation system for enterprise. This paper outlines a hierarchical privacy architecture, to provide anonymity, unlink ability, unobservability and pseudonymity to IK users. Users are grouped according to `proportional distance reservation', which indicates how likely users are willing to share private information. The protection of private information is stronger when queries are made by `distant… CONTINUE READING

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