FBI: Friendship Learning-Based User Identification in Multiple Social Networks
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- 2018 IEEE Global Communications Conference, GLOBECOM 2018 - Proceedings, 2018
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© 2018 IEEE. Fast proliferation of mobile devices significantly promotes the development of mobile social networks. Users tend to interact with friends via multiple social networks. Multiple social networks identification is of great significance in terms of both attack and defense. Current methods either focus on the profile matching or network structure to re-identify a specific user. However, the accuracy are not satisfying with relative high error rate. In this paper, we propose a new Friendship learning-Based Identification (FBI) method to discriminate multiple pseudo identities of a real-world individual. We aim at providing potential attack mechanism to following privacy protection research. Firstly, we develop a new identification method based on friendship matching. Then, we implement a weighted mechanism which takes profile, network structure, and friendship into consideration. Furthermore, machine learning is leverage to further optimize the parameters and improve the accuracy. In addition, extensive experimental results show the superior of the FBI comparing to existing ones.
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