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Visual Analysis of Photo Policy Misconfigurations Using Treemaps

@article{Javed2019VisualAO,
  title={Visual Analysis of Photo Policy Misconfigurations Using Treemaps},
  author={Yousra Javed and Mohamed Shehab},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1903.02612}
}
Online photo privacy is a major concern for social media users. Numerous visualization tools have been proposed to help the users easily compose and understand policies on social networks. However, these tools do not incorporate the ability to quickly identify and fix unintended photo sharing. We propose a tool that displays the photo albums w.r.t their policy misconfigurations using a Treemap visualization. 

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