Provided by: Berhampur University
Date Added: May 2013
Advances in technology have made it possible to collect data about individuals and the connections between them, such as email correspondence and friendships. Agencies and researchers who have collected such data often have a compelling interest in allowing others to analyze the data. However, in many cases the data describes relationships that are private (e.g., email correspondence) and sharing the data in full can result in unacceptable disclosures. Today privacy and security issues in online information systems and social networks in particular have become a critical issue.