On the runtime enforcement of evolving privacy policies in online social networks
Paper i proceeding, 2016
Online Social Networks have increased the need to understand well and extend the expressiveness of privacy policies. In particular, the need to be able to define and enforce dynamic (and recurrent) policies that are activated or deactivated by context (events) or timeouts. We propose an automaton-based approach to define and enforce such policies using runtime verification techniques. In this paper we discuss how our proposed solution addresses this problem without focussing on concrete technical details.
On-line social networks