How to Maintain Privacy Protection during Identification of Profile over Online Mobile Social Networking Sites

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Anjali Chaudhary, Avinash Kumar, Vivek Kumar Singh


Mobile social networking is social networking sites where individuals with similar interests communicate and connect with one another through their mobile phone. Much like web-based social networking, mobile social networking is mainly in practical communities. Taking an example of a social networking websites, like Facebook, is to make mobile apps to offer their users instant and real-time access from their device. Safety issues (including security, privacy, and trust) in mobile social networks are concerned about the condition of being protected against differing types of failure, damage, error, accidents, harm or any other non unwanted activities. However, lack of a protective infrastructure in these networks has turned them in to convenient targets for various risk. This is the main impulse why Microsoft Network carry different and complex safety concerns and squeeze conflicting safety challenging problems.


The rationale behind this work paper is to research the threats to privacy that come up while users not haveanhonestjudgmentofprivacyconsciousnessand apprehension when using social networking sites. At this juncture the dilemma of matching user profiles depending on profile’s features is addressed in this pa- per. Profile matching is process during which to 2 users are paired evaluated supported their individual profiles. This particular approach, though, clashes with users’ increasing privacy concerns regarding revealing their individual profiles to absolute unfamiliar persons. Our work is as well regarding matching profiles that facilitate two users to execute profile matching with no need of revealing any kind of information about their individualprofiles.

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Anjali Chaudhary, Avinash Kumar, Vivek Kumar Singh. (2021). How to Maintain Privacy Protection during Identification of Profile over Online Mobile Social Networking Sites. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 9642–9643. Retrieved from