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January 04, 2009

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Henry Story

There is a simple solution to this: FaceBook should have a foaf URL for every user. This foaf URL should give minimal information about that person. When someone exports information, what they really should be able to do is export their relations to their friends (identified via their URLs). Then if any of those people trust the aggregator (power.com) they can individually give that aggreagator more information. By working by reference aggregators such as Power.com won't be needed anyway.

http://blogs.sun.com/bblfish/entry/foaf_ssl_adding_security_to

Niall Kennedy

I noticed my name is misspelled here and on the cross-post to Burton Group.

Name is "Niall Kennedy" and not "Naill."

Thanks!

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