Argumentation for multi-party privacy management

Fogues, Ricard L. and Murukanniah, Pradeep and Such, Jose M. and Espinosa, Agustin and Garcia-Fornes, Ana and Singh, Munindar (2015) Argumentation for multi-party privacy management. In: The Second International Workshop on Agents and CyberSecurity (ACySe). UNSPECIFIED, pp. 3-6.

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Abstract

Social network services enable users to share large quantities of private information. Often, the shared information concerns individuals who are members of the social network but did not upload the information to the service. In such situations, inappropriate sharing preferences can cause conflict and threaten users’ privacy. Since related studies suggest that users prefer to solve multi-party privacy conflicts through negotiation, we introduce a novel approach based on negotiation through arguments. In our approach, users propose privacy settings and support their proposals with logical arguments. The final decision is based on a setting supported by sound arguments.

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74191
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18 Jun 2015 06:12
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Yes
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Published
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04 Jul 2020 23:43