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PrivInferVis: Towards Enhancing Transparency over Attribute Inference in Online Social Networks

AutorSimo, Hervais; Shulman, Haya; Schufrin, Marija; Reynolds, Steven Lamarr; Kohlhammer, Jörn
Datum2021
ArtConference Paper
AbstraktThe European GDPR calls, besides other things, for innovative tools to empower online social networks (OSN) users with transparency over risks of attribute inferences. In this work, we propose a novel transparency-enhancing framework for OSN, PrivInferVis, to help people assess and visualize their individual risks of attribute inference derived from public details from their social graphs in different OSN domains. We propose a weighted Bayesian model as the underlying method for attribute inference. A preliminary evaluation shows that our proposal outperforms baseline algorithms on several evaluation metrics significantly. PrivInferVis provides visual interfaces that allow users to explore details about their (inferred and self-disclosed) data and to understand how inference estimates and related scores are derived.
KonferenzConference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM) <2021, Online>
ProjektBundes­ministerium für Bildung und Forschung BMBF (Deutschland)/
ReferenzInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers -IEEE-: IEEE INFOCOM 2021, Conference on Computer Communications Workshops (INFOCOM WKSHPS): May 9-12, 2021, virtually. Piscataway, NJ: IEEE, 2021, Art. 9484595, 2 pp.
SchlüsselISBN : 9781665447140