№1, 2016

Alakbarova Irada Y.

Analysis of technologies latent management of information security has become one of the most important factors in the modern information society. Using wiki-based projects as a means of social media is closely linked to public use information and communication technologies by people. The purpose of research is to study the phenomenon of social media, determination of the place in society wiki environment, as a means of social media and its role in the information influence. To achieve this goal, the concept of social media research and identify the areas covered by the social media. Were identified problems associated with user-generated content in a wiki environment, reveals the essence of the license Creative Commons. The main trends, those provide informational influence of wiki environment (pp.69-77).

Keywords:social media, social network, blog, wiki environment, informational influence, user-generated content.
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