15 Sep 2009 pjf   » (Journeyer)

Facebook Privacy talk at BarCampMelbourne
This weekend at BarCampMelbourne I gave a talk on Facebook privacy, and what information I was able to extract from the API using some reasonable simple Perl programs. Due to the incredibly fast efforts of Avi Miller, this talk is now available on-line. If you're reading this blog on my main blog, then you can also watch it below:

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You can also watch the talk on the BarCampMelbourne channel on blip.tv.

As mentioned at the end of my talk, you can be kept up-to-date on my research by joining my facebook study privacy group, or the google group, as well as my blog.

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