There are hundreds of social network sites. Millions of people are registered. They offer the opportunity to create a profile and then create links with other members. They also allow to post messages, articles, photographies,
etc.. All this leaves traces in the databases of these sites, which is not always without consequence. It is precisely this knowledge that this master thesis, firstly, is looking through a knowledge representation, ie, an ontology.
In a second step, the master thesis considers the problem of the risk of
connecting two profiles, as well as the consequences in case of merging of
two different social networking sites.
|Date of Award||2011|
|Supervisor||Vincent Englebert (Supervisor)|
- social network
- reverse engineering
- private data