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The pervasive use of the Web has connected billions of people all around the globe and enabled them to obtain information at their fingertips. This results in tremendous amounts of

The pervasive use of the Web has connected billions of people all around the globe and enabled them to obtain information at their fingertips. This results in tremendous amounts of user-generated data which makes users traceable and vulnerable to privacy leakage attacks. In general, there are two types of privacy leakage attacks for user-generated data, i.e., identity disclosure and private-attribute disclosure attacks. These attacks put users at potential risks ranging from persecution by governments to targeted frauds.

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    • Doctoral Dissertation Computer Science 2020

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