|“Do You Know You Are Tracked by Photos That You Didn’t Take”: Large-Scale Location-Aware Multi-Party Image Privacy Protection
Most existing image privacy protection works focus mainly on the privacy of photo owners and their friends, but lack the consideration of other people who are in the background of the photos and the related location privacy issues. In fact, when a person is in the background of someone else’s photos, he/she may be unintentionally exposed to the public when the photo owner shares the photo online. Not only a single visited place could be exposed, attackers may also be able to piece together a person’s travel route from images.
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IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing
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