It came up during the talk that some were concerned about the quality
and volume of data available to applications on sign-in. I came
across their policy today and thought it might be interesting:
> When you visit a Facebook-enhanced application or website, it may access any information you have made visible to Everyone as well as your publicly available information. This includes your Name, Profile Picture, Gender, Current City, Networks, Friend List, and Pages. The application will request your permission to access any additional information it needs. http://www.facebook.com/settings/?tab=privacy§ion=applications&fi...
Meaning that the data you get as an app is the same as the data
available to any member of Facebook browsing to your page after
login. Pretty reasonable, IMO.