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This one feature on Facebook makes the entire plot line of the Mission Impossible movie series redundant.

What’s even crazier is that a large portion of people on Facebook have public profiles, which means anyone can find this information with a simple Google search. I’m not talking about to the shady deals to the highest bidder in some corporate Facebook office either (although… Selling your data is the public facing, completely non-secretive business model of Facebook.

But imagine what else could be done with this amount of intricate data?

In fact, I’m willing to bet an extremely large majority of people who are outraged by this data capturing and spying revelation have a Facebook account; one of the most in-depth personal information gathering services ever known to mankind.

So I thought I’d do a little digging and put together a list of just some of the information over 1 billion Facebook users are providing willingly every single day. As a Facebook user, you’ve got to be willing to provide data about some of the most specific and personal elements of who you are to a public company with investors, shareholders and government ties. Pretty much your entire online life is being handed over here. And you know this information is for sale too right?

Have a look through; there is some pretty interesting stuff in there.

are all portrayed as helping us connect better with each other, but in reality they exist to help us connect better with the platforms.

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Now, something like this is possible: What if I wanted to find information that probably shouldn’t been openly available to anyone with a Facebook account – something like personal details of our national military personal. So Facebook will now let anyone in the world find a list of over 1000 individuals in our nation’s military, including their full name, photos, location, age, interests, friend’s & family, relationships and more.

Wow, I sure hope nobody lets China know about this…

If you’ve read a news website, turned on the TV or not been under a rock over the past few weeks, then there is a good chance you’ve heard of a guy named Edward Snowden. This article isn’t suggesting to stop using platforms like Facebook, but be aware of what you are really handing over in order to play Farmville, ‘Like’ that businesses fan page or follow Bon Jovi’s tweets.