A Post-Management System of Digital Assets on Social network Services

소셜 네트워크 서비스에 게시된 디지털 자산의 사후 관리 시스템

  • 문운석 (한국정보경영평가) ;
  • 김석수 (한남대학교 멀티미디어학과)
  • Received : 2015.01.21
  • Accepted : 2015.03.20
  • Published : 2015.03.28


Social network services such as Facebook and Flickr is a very useful service that was the foundation of the Internet. If a state in which the Internet is connected, music, photos, and us to be able to share it freely post such as documents. However, even when the digital information posted in such social network services the user has died, and have been published, it is also used for people who do not intend the bad purposes some problems can occur. Facebook is trying to apply the findings Jed R. Brubaker of UC Irvine University in order to solve this problem. However, in Korea, such efforts, not much appears for now. Therefore, we proposed a method that can be managed by delegated Facebook, safely a Delegator digital information posted on social networking services such as Flickr. Our proposed system, as compared with Jed R. Brubaker and Jeong-Kyung Moon is executed previous studies, we studied a method proposed by the appropriate compensates points shortage is passed through the future research. And I consider to have been proposed a method to safely use posted digital assets in a social network service.


Digital Asset Management System;Post-Management System;Social Network Services;Facebook;Privilege Delegation Technology


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