Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Now-a-days, social networking sites provide third party application developers with means to access their social graph, by providing a social application platform. Through their users, these developers acquire a significant set of personal information from the social graph. The current protection mechanisms, such as privacy policies and access control mechanisms fall short on protecting the privacy of the users. In this paper the authors present a framework for a privacy enhanced social application platform, called PESAP that technically enforces the protection of the personal information of a user, when interacting with social applications.