The privacy of individuals does not only depend on their own actions and data but may also be affected by the privacy decisions and by the data shared by others individuals. This interdependence is an essential aspect of privacy and ignoring it can lead to serious privacy violations. In this survey, we summarize and analyze research on interdependent privacy risks and on the associated (cooperative and non-cooperative) solutions. We also demonstrate that interdependent privacy has been studied in isolation in different research communities. By doing so, we systematize knowledge on interdependent privacy research and provide insights on how this research should be conducted and which challenges it should address.