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Preventing adversaries from compiling significant amounts of user data is a major challenge for social network operators. We examine the difficulty of collecting profile and graph information from the popular social networking website Facebook and report two major findings. First, we describe several novel ways in which data can be extracted by third parties. Second, we demonstrate the efficiency of these methods on crawled data. Our findings highlight how the current protection of personaldoi:10.1109/asonam.2009.45 dblp:conf/asunam/BonneauAD09 fatcat:ez7sdwexuzdwjfw7vpelmsqeqa