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- 1. Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Pagerank Increase Outline under Diﬀerent Collusion Topologies Introduction Collusion and Pagerank Experiments in a Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Carlos Castillo and Vicente L´pez o synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph ICREA Professor / Dept. of Technology / C´tedra Telef´nica a o Conclusions Universitat Pompeu Fabra – Barcelona, Spain May 10th, 2005
- 2. Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Introduction 1 V. L´pez o Outline Collusion and Pagerank 2 Introduction Collusion and Pagerank Experiments in a Experiments in a synthetic graph 3 synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Experiments in a real Web graph 4 Conclusions Conclusions 5
- 3. Goal Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Study collusion Outline Nepotistic linking in a Web graph Introduction Collusion and Pagerank This can be done by bad sites (spam) but also good sites Experiments in a synthetic graph Colluding groups could use diﬀerent topologies Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding groups could have diﬀerent original rankings Conclusions How much would their ranking increase if ... ?
- 4. Goal Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Study collusion Outline Nepotistic linking in a Web graph Introduction Collusion and Pagerank This can be done by bad sites (spam) but also good sites Experiments in a synthetic graph Colluding groups could use diﬀerent topologies Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding groups could have diﬀerent original rankings Conclusions How much would their ranking increase if ... ?
- 5. Goal Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Study collusion Outline Nepotistic linking in a Web graph Introduction Collusion and Pagerank This can be done by bad sites (spam) but also good sites Experiments in a synthetic graph Colluding groups could use diﬀerent topologies Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding groups could have diﬀerent original rankings Conclusions How much would their ranking increase if ... ?
- 6. Goal Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Study collusion Outline Nepotistic linking in a Web graph Introduction Collusion and Pagerank This can be done by bad sites (spam) but also good sites Experiments in a synthetic graph Colluding groups could use diﬀerent topologies Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding groups could have diﬀerent original rankings Conclusions How much would their ranking increase if ... ?
- 7. Goal Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Study collusion Outline Nepotistic linking in a Web graph Introduction Collusion and Pagerank This can be done by bad sites (spam) but also good sites Experiments in a synthetic graph Colluding groups could use diﬀerent topologies Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding groups could have diﬀerent original rankings Conclusions How much would their ranking increase if ... ?
- 8. Framework Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We use Pagerank as the ranking function [Page et al., 1998] Outline Pagerank Introduction Let LN×N row-wise normalized link matrix Collusion and Pagerank Let U a matrix such that Ui,j = 1/N Experiments in a Let P = (1 − )L + U synthetic graph Pagerank scores are given by v such that P T v = v Experiments in a real Web graph Pagerank scores are the probabilities of visiting a page using a Conclusions process of random browsing, with a “reset” probability of ≈ 0.15.
- 9. Framework Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We use Pagerank as the ranking function [Page et al., 1998] Outline Pagerank Introduction Let LN×N row-wise normalized link matrix Collusion and Pagerank Let U a matrix such that Ui,j = 1/N Experiments in a Let P = (1 − )L + U synthetic graph Pagerank scores are given by v such that P T v = v Experiments in a real Web graph Pagerank scores are the probabilities of visiting a page using a Conclusions process of random browsing, with a “reset” probability of ≈ 0.15.
- 10. Framework Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We use Pagerank as the ranking function [Page et al., 1998] Outline Pagerank Introduction Let LN×N row-wise normalized link matrix Collusion and Pagerank Let U a matrix such that Ui,j = 1/N Experiments in a Let P = (1 − )L + U synthetic graph Pagerank scores are given by v such that P T v = v Experiments in a real Web graph Pagerank scores are the probabilities of visiting a page using a Conclusions process of random browsing, with a “reset” probability of ≈ 0.15.
- 11. Gain from collusion Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Maximum gain [Zhang et al., 2004]: V. L´pez o New Pagerank 1 Outline ≤ Introduction Old Pagerank Collusion and ≈ 0.15, maximum gain ≈ 7. As Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions First task: improve this bound.
- 12. Gain from collusion Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Maximum gain [Zhang et al., 2004]: V. L´pez o New Pagerank 1 Outline ≤ Introduction Old Pagerank Collusion and ≈ 0.15, maximum gain ≈ 7. As Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions First task: improve this bound.
- 13. Impact of collusion in Pagerank Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o The Web: N pages Outline G' Introduction Collusion and G Pagerank N-M pages Experiments in a M pages synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions
- 14. Grouping nodes for Pagerank calculation Pagerank Increase under Links for Pagerank, can be “lumped” together Collusion [Clausen, 2004]: R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Outline Introduction Collusion and Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph N-M pages Experiments in a M pages Random real Web graph jumps Conclusions
- 15. Links for Pagerank calculation Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerankcolluding = Pjump + Pin + Pself nodes R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Pin V. L´pez o Outline Introduction Collusion and Pagerank Pjump Experiments in a M nodes, synthetic graph N-M nodes, Pagerank= Pagerank= Experiments in a x 1-x real Web graph Conclusions Pself
- 16. Pagerank calculation: random jumps Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Outline Introduction There are N nodes in total, M in the colluding set: Collusion and Pagerank Pjump = (M/N) Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions
- 17. Pagerank calculation: incoming links Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerank(a) R. Baeza-Yates, Pin = C. Castillo and deg (a) V. L´pez o (a,b):(a,b)∈Ein Outline = Pagerank(a) p(a) Introduction a:a∈G −G Collusion and Pagerank Where p(a) is the fraction of links from node a pointing to Experiments in a the colluding set, possibly 0 for some nodes. synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pagerank(a)p(a) a:a∈G −G p= a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a) a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a)p(a) = 1−x Z p is a weighted average of p(a), it reﬂects how “important” pages in the colluding set are
- 18. Pagerank calculation: incoming links Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerank(a) R. Baeza-Yates, Pin = C. Castillo and deg (a) V. L´pez o (a,b):(a,b)∈Ein Outline = Pagerank(a) p(a) Introduction a:a∈G −G Collusion and Pagerank Where p(a) is the fraction of links from node a pointing to Experiments in a the colluding set, possibly 0 for some nodes. synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pagerank(a)p(a) a:a∈G −G p= a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a) a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a)p(a) = 1−x Z p is a weighted average of p(a), it reﬂects how “important” pages in the colluding set are
- 19. Pagerank calculation: incoming links Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerank(a) R. Baeza-Yates, Pin = C. Castillo and deg (a) V. L´pez o (a,b):(a,b)∈Ein Outline = Pagerank(a) p(a) Introduction a:a∈G −G Collusion and Pagerank Where p(a) is the fraction of links from node a pointing to Experiments in a the colluding set, possibly 0 for some nodes. synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pagerank(a)p(a) a:a∈G −G p= a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a) a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a)p(a) = 1−x Z p is a weighted average of p(a), it reﬂects how “important” pages in the colluding set are
- 20. Pagerank calculation: incoming links Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerank(a) R. Baeza-Yates, Pin = C. Castillo and deg (a) V. L´pez o (a,b):(a,b)∈Ein Outline = Pagerank(a) p(a) Introduction a:a∈G −G Collusion and Pagerank Where p(a) is the fraction of links from node a pointing to Experiments in a the colluding set, possibly 0 for some nodes. synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pagerank(a)p(a) a:a∈G −G p= a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a) a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a)p(a) = 1−x Z p is a weighted average of p(a), it reﬂects how “important” pages in the colluding set are
- 21. Pagerank calculation: incoming links Pagerank Increase under Collusion Pagerank(a) R. Baeza-Yates, Pin = C. Castillo and deg (a) V. L´pez o (a,b):(a,b)∈Ein Outline = Pagerank(a) p(a) Introduction a:a∈G −G Collusion and Pagerank Where p(a) is the fraction of links from node a pointing to Experiments in a the colluding set, possibly 0 for some nodes. synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pagerank(a)p(a) a:a∈G −G p= a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a) a:a∈G −G Pagerank(a)p(a) = 1−x Z p is a weighted average of p(a), it reﬂects how “important” pages in the colluding set are
- 22. Pagerank calculation: incoming and self links Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Pin can be rewritten as: Outline Introduction Pin = (1 − )(1 − x)p Collusion and Pagerank Using the same trick for Pself , we can take s as the weighted Experiments in a average of the fraction of self-links of each page in the synthetic graph colluding set, and write: Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pself = (1 − )xs
- 23. Pagerank calculation: incoming and self links Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Pin can be rewritten as: Outline Introduction Pin = (1 − )(1 − x)p Collusion and Pagerank Using the same trick for Pself , we can take s as the weighted Experiments in a average of the fraction of self-links of each page in the synthetic graph colluding set, and write: Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pself = (1 − )xs
- 24. Pagerank calculation summary Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, Pin= (1-)(1-x)p C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Outline Introduction Collusion and Pjump= (M/N) Pagerank M nodes, Experiments in a N-M nodes, Pagerank= synthetic graph Pagerank= x 1-x Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Pself= (1-)xs
- 25. Solving Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Solving the stationary state Pin + Pjump + Pself = x yields: Outline M Introduction + (1 − ) p N xnormal = Collusion and (p − s)(1 − ) + 1 Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph What happens when colluding ? Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding means pointing more links to the inside Conclusions This means s → s , with s > s, yielding xcolluding
- 26. Solving Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Solving the stationary state Pin + Pjump + Pself = x yields: Outline M Introduction + (1 − ) p N xnormal = Collusion and (p − s)(1 − ) + 1 Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph What happens when colluding ? Experiments in a real Web graph Colluding means pointing more links to the inside Conclusions This means s → s , with s > s, yielding xcolluding
- 27. Pagerank increase due to collusion Pagerank Increase under Collusion Making s = 1, all links from the colluding set go inside now: R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 1−s xcolluding =1+ Outline xnormal p + 1− Introduction Collusion and Making s = p, originally the set was not colluding: Pagerank Experiments in a xcolluding 1 synthetic graph = p(1 − ) + xnormal Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Z This is inversely correlated to p, the original weighted fraction of links going to the colluding set
- 28. Pagerank increase due to collusion Pagerank Increase under Collusion Making s = 1, all links from the colluding set go inside now: R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 1−s xcolluding =1+ Outline xnormal p + 1− Introduction Collusion and Making s = p, originally the set was not colluding: Pagerank Experiments in a xcolluding 1 synthetic graph = p(1 − ) + xnormal Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Z This is inversely correlated to p, the original weighted fraction of links going to the colluding set
- 29. Pagerank increase due to collusion Pagerank Increase under Collusion Making s = 1, all links from the colluding set go inside now: R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 1−s xcolluding =1+ Outline xnormal p + 1− Introduction Collusion and Making s = p, originally the set was not colluding: Pagerank Experiments in a xcolluding 1 synthetic graph = p(1 − ) + xnormal Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions Z This is inversely correlated to p, the original weighted fraction of links going to the colluding set
- 30. Expected Pagerank change Pagerank Increase under xcolluding /xnormal as a function of p Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 7 V. L´pez o 1/ε Maximum pagerank change Outline 6 Introduction 5 Collusion and Pagerank Experiments in a 4 synthetic graph Experiments in a 3 real Web graph Conclusions 2 1 10-3 10-2 10-1 100 Weighted average of fraction of links to colluding nodes
- 31. Experiments in a synthetic graph Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Created using the generative model [Kumar et al., 2000] V. L´pez o Power-law distribution with parameter −2.1 for in-degree Outline and Pagerank, and −2.7 for out-degree, using parameters Introduction from [Pandurangan et al., 2002] Collusion and Pagerank 100,000–nodes scale-free graph Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a Sampling by Pagerank real Web graph Divided in deciles, each decile has 1/10th of the Pagerank Conclusions Picked a group of 100 nodes at random from each decile Group 1 are low-ranked nodes, group 10 are high-ranked nodes
- 32. Experiments in a synthetic graph Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Created using the generative model [Kumar et al., 2000] V. L´pez o Power-law distribution with parameter −2.1 for in-degree Outline and Pagerank, and −2.7 for out-degree, using parameters Introduction from [Pandurangan et al., 2002] Collusion and Pagerank 100,000–nodes scale-free graph Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a Sampling by Pagerank real Web graph Divided in deciles, each decile has 1/10th of the Pagerank Conclusions Picked a group of 100 nodes at random from each decile Group 1 are low-ranked nodes, group 10 are high-ranked nodes
- 33. Experiments in a synthetic graph Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Created using the generative model [Kumar et al., 2000] V. L´pez o Power-law distribution with parameter −2.1 for in-degree Outline and Pagerank, and −2.7 for out-degree, using parameters Introduction from [Pandurangan et al., 2002] Collusion and Pagerank 100,000–nodes scale-free graph Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a Sampling by Pagerank real Web graph Divided in deciles, each decile has 1/10th of the Pagerank Conclusions Picked a group of 100 nodes at random from each decile Group 1 are low-ranked nodes, group 10 are high-ranked nodes
- 34. Experiments in a synthetic graph Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Created using the generative model [Kumar et al., 2000] V. L´pez o Power-law distribution with parameter −2.1 for in-degree Outline and Pagerank, and −2.7 for out-degree, using parameters Introduction from [Pandurangan et al., 2002] Collusion and Pagerank 100,000–nodes scale-free graph Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a Sampling by Pagerank real Web graph Divided in deciles, each decile has 1/10th of the Pagerank Conclusions Picked a group of 100 nodes at random from each decile Group 1 are low-ranked nodes, group 10 are high-ranked nodes
- 35. Experiments in a synthetic graph Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and Created using the generative model [Kumar et al., 2000] V. L´pez o Power-law distribution with parameter −2.1 for in-degree Outline and Pagerank, and −2.7 for out-degree, using parameters Introduction from [Pandurangan et al., 2002] Collusion and Pagerank 100,000–nodes scale-free graph Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a Sampling by Pagerank real Web graph Divided in deciles, each decile has 1/10th of the Pagerank Conclusions Picked a group of 100 nodes at random from each decile Group 1 are low-ranked nodes, group 10 are high-ranked nodes
- 36. Original Pagerank of the nodes Pagerank Increase under These are the original Pagerank values for each group Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 10-2 V. L´pez o Outline Originally very good -3 Introduction 10 Collusion and Pagerank values Pagerank Experiments in a 10-4 synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph 10-5 Conclusions Originally very bad Average 10-6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group
- 37. Modiﬁed Pagerank of the nodes Pagerank Increase under These are the modiﬁed Pagerank values when colluding. Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 10-2 V. L´pez o Outline -3 Introduction 10 Collusion and Pagerank values Pagerank Experiments in a 10-4 synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph 10-5 Conclusions Original Clique -6 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group
- 38. Distribution of Pagerank Pagerank i But Pagerank values follow a power law distribution ... Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 100 V. L´pez o x-2.1 Outline 10-1 Introduction Collusion and Pagerank 10-2 Frequency Experiments in a synthetic graph 10-3 Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions 10-4 10-5 -6 10-5 10-4 10-3 10-2 10 Pagerank value
- 39. Modiﬁed Pagerank position of the nodes Pagerank These are the modiﬁed Pagerank positions (rankings) when Increase under Collusion colluding. R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 1.0 0.9 Outline Introduction 0.8 Collusion and 0.7 Pagerank Pagerank ranking 0.6 Experiments in a synthetic graph 0.5 Experiments in a real Web graph 0.4 Conclusions 0.3 0.2 Original 0.1 Clique 0.0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group
- 40. Variation of Pagerank when colluding Pagerank Increase under These are the ratio of xcolluding /xoriginal Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 7 V. L´pez o 1/ε − Change in Pagerank value Change in ranking 6 Outline New value / original value Introduction 5 Collusion and Pagerank 4 Experiments in a synthetic graph 3 Experiments in a real Web graph 2 Conclusions 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group
- 41. It is not necessary to create a clique Pagerank Spammers can use a fraction of the links to try to avoid Increase under Collusion detection R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 7 Full clique V. L´pez o 1/ε − 95% 90% 85% Outline 6 80% 75% Introduction 70% New Pagerank / original Pagerank 65% Collusion and 60% 5 55% Pagerank 50% 45% Experiments in a 40% synthetic graph 4 35% 30% Experiments in a 25% real Web graph 20% 15% 3 10% Conclusions 05% 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group In the paper, other topologies: star and ring
- 42. It is not necessary to create a clique Pagerank Spammers can use a fraction of the links to try to avoid Increase under Collusion detection R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 7 Full clique V. L´pez o 1/ε − 95% 90% 85% Outline 6 80% 75% Introduction 70% New Pagerank / original Pagerank 65% Collusion and 60% 5 55% Pagerank 50% 45% Experiments in a 40% synthetic graph 4 35% 30% Experiments in a 25% real Web graph 20% 15% 3 10% Conclusions 05% 2 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Group In the paper, other topologies: star and ring
- 43. Experiments in a real Web graph Pagerank Increase under Hostgraph of 310,486 Websites from Spain Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 100 V. L´pez o x-2.1 10-1 Outline Introduction -2 Collusion and 10 Pagerank Frequency Experiments in a 10-3 synthetic graph Experiments in a 10-4 real Web graph Conclusions 10-5 10-6 -6 10-5 10-4 10-3 10-2 10 Pagerank value
- 44. Experiments in a real Web graph Pagerank Increase under Some of the nodes are already colluding [Fetterly et al., 2004] Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o Outline Introduction Collusion and Pagerank Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions
- 45. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 46. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 47. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 48. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 49. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 50. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 51. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 52. We study a set of Web sites Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o We picked a set of 242 reputable sites with rank ≈ 0.75, and Outline we modify their links. Introduction Disconnect the group Collusion and Pagerank Create a ring Experiments in a Add a central page linking to all of them synthetic graph Experiments in a Add a central page linking to and from all of them (star) real Web graph Fully connect the group (clique) Conclusions Now we measure the new ranking
- 53. New rankings under graph modiﬁcations Pagerank Increase under Collusion 1 R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and 0.9 V. L´pez o 0.8 Outline 0.7 Introduction Rankings 0.6 Collusion and Pagerank 0.5 Experiments in a 0.4 synthetic graph 0.3 Experiments in a real Web graph 0.2 Conclusions 0.1 0 Normal Ring Star Disconnected Central Inv. Ring Clique Strategy
- 54. Adding 5%-50% of complete subgraph Pagerank Increase under Collusion 1.000 R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 0.995 Outline Introduction Rankings Collusion and Pagerank 0.990 Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a 0.985 real Web graph Conclusions Average ranking 0.980 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% Percent of links of a complete subgraph The best sites also increase their ranking
- 55. Adding 5%-50% of complete subgraph Pagerank Increase under Collusion 1.000 R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V. L´pez o 0.995 Outline Introduction Rankings Collusion and Pagerank 0.990 Experiments in a synthetic graph Experiments in a 0.985 real Web graph Conclusions Average ranking 0.980 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 55% Percent of links of a complete subgraph The best sites also increase their ranking
- 56. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
- 57. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
- 58. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
- 59. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
- 60. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
- 61. Conclusions Pagerank Increase under Collusion R. Baeza-Yates, C. Castillo and V Any group of nodes can increase its Pagerank V. L´pez o V Nodes with high Pagerank gain less by colluding Outline Ideas for link spam detection Introduction Collusion and X Only detecting regularities can fail to detect randomized Pagerank structures Experiments in a synthetic graph X Only detecting nepotistic links can give false positives Experiments in a real Web graph Conclusions V Use evidence from multiple sources
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