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Extended Security Model over Data Communication in Online Social Networks

  • P. Mareswara RaoEmail author
  • K. Rajashekara Rao
Conference paper
Part of the Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies book series (SIST, volume 106)

Abstract

In online social networks (OSNs) privacy is main and competitive concept in real-time scenario. In real-time software implementations processed in online social networks privacy issues like surveillance, social and institutional privacy. Handling these security issues, they were autonomous because of their precedence in OSN scenario. So in this paper, we analyze these security issues with respect to consistent social privacy because of increasing collisions in data sharing to different users without any confidentiality. Based on objectives approaches presented in above-mentioned hierarchal representation of different users data processing in online social networks. We present advanced framework to support above security issues in real-time cloud sharing applications. Promote change of our proposed approach will be actualized in Optimized and Active Learning Genetic Programming (O and ALGP) way to deal with give productive protection accomplishments in online informal communities. Our exploratory outcomes demonstrate effective access control regarding protection for information availability in online interpersonal organizations.

Keywords

Online social networks Information privacy Risk assessment Active learning and genetic programming Information assurance 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Rayalaseema UniversityKurnoolIndia
  2. 2.Usha Rama College of Engineering and TechnologyTelaproluIndia

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