Online Privacy (Ref No: ASN00016.1)
Protecting access to user information, particularly personal identifying and behavorial information, on social networks has gained increasing importance in determining whether a social network gets accepted and subscribed by the masses. As users become more savvy with the social networking environment, and as governments around the world seek to understand whether social network platforms adhere to national privacy laws in the interests of their own citizens, the need to have adaptable interface systems to customize access to private information becomes more pressing. We present here a non-exhaustive patent data set that covers the methods and systems related to protecting online user privacy.
Social Relationships (Ref No: ASN00010.1)
Knowing users preferences within social networks is key to harnessing adaptive social network systems to maximum advantage, and having that information as soon as it happens becomes particularly valuable to companies that are seeking to advertise to targeted user groups. Thus behavior pattern detection of social network relationships and its applications forms the subject of this data set, which contains a non-exhaustive list of patents/patent applications.