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Survey on Message Filtering Techniques for On-line Social Network

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A social network is a set of people or organizations or other social entities connected by set of social relationships such as friendship, co-working or information exchange. Online Social Networks (OSN) usually not support to the user for message filtering. To solve this issue, which allows OSN users to have a direct control on the messages posted on their walls. The users can control the unwanted messages posted on their own private space .To avoid unwanted messages displayed and they can also block their friend from friends list using filtering rule, content based filtering and short text classification.
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