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Development of User Activity Monitoring Service of Social Network

ФИО студента: Kirill Anisimov

Руководитель: Sergey Sergeevich Fomin

Кампус/факультет: HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM HSE)

Программа: Information Science and Computation Technology (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2018

One of the issues of the age of social networks is creating a safe environment for children when online. Different software products have been released to solve this issue. However, they mostly block inappropriate content if one failed to pass certain heuristic filters. This approach, however, have a serious drawback, as it would not help the child to prepare for live without such filter. Therefore, in some cases, parents would want to be notified on their child interests, as this would allow them to explain the contents on the web to their child. The work is to create a service, which eases parental control in the case of social networks usage. It should help parents know, which posts in the social network were “liked” by their children.

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