Sanitizable Signed Privacy Preferences for Social Networks

Provided by: University of Paris-Sud 11
Topic: Security
Format: PDF
Privacy preferences are the handling rules and constraints under which a data subject allows a third party to process, store, and use their personal data. The authors have analyzed Facebook and show how the social network system fails to collect, manage, and hand-over to third-parties user's consent. Today's technical solutions of collecting the consent on the internet can be argued to fulfill the regulatory requirements of an informed consent to the service's privacy policy and terms of service. They found no change in Facebook's processes for collecting and managing user consent.

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