Privacy-preserving data search and sharing protocol for social networks through wireless applications
Data search and sharing are two important functionalities in social networks. The social network users can form a peer-to-peer group and securely and flexibly search and share cloud data through wireless applications. When the number of users increases, the communication, storage, and computational overheads will be increased, and the quality of services such as searching and data sharing for clients could be affected.
Wang, X. & Chen, R. (2017). Privacy-preserving data search and sharing protocol for social networks through wireless applications. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, 29 e3870-1-e3870-24.