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Facebook API Followup

Posted by aonomus on May 1, 2008

After browsing through some stats, there are actually quite a few people trying to gather data via facebook API apps…. in fact 60 searches brought people to that one article… its a little disturbing that there are *that* many people interested in this. Even more disturbing are the search stats which show people’s likely ill intent (specifically datamining). Stats follow inside post.

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One Response to “Facebook API Followup”

  1. […] aonomus wrote an interesting post today on Facebook API FollowupHere’s a quick excerptAfter browsing through some stats, there are actually quite a few people trying to gather data via facebook API apps…. in fact 60 searches brought people to that one article (see trackback)…. its a little disturbing that there are … […]

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