A Novel Framework for Users’ Accountability on Online Social Networks
Social networking sites are a rage among public now a days. Individuals’ keep themselves abreast of latest developments around them through these Online Social Networks (OSNs). With so many activities on OSNs, many a times users tend to reveal the information that may not be appeasing or morally acceptable by other users. Quite possible, though unknowingly, any user may enter into malpractices of spreading hatred among people by posting unethical and unacceptable material. Through this paper, the author has tried to resolves zooming issues of socially unacceptable postings by providing a new framework for controlling the user’s actions on OSNs and thereby trying to minimize the menace of notorious activities.
KeywordsSocial networks security privacy spamming phishing malpractice credibility
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