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Re-defining privacy!

Someone is trying to break into my accounts (Gmail & Facebook), I thought of this: If he kindly asked me, I'd pass it to him/her without any doubt!
I have only three conditions: 1- No delete , 2- For a limited time we agree upon, & 3- Tell me what you've learned about me from what I have... this is an open invitation BTW :)
... Just to put you on context, I have more than 7.5 GB of Emails in my Gmail account, and on Facebook, I have 5320 friends , 2554 followers more than 230 photo albums on Facebook (some of them contain over 200 pictures)...

I imagined this scenario :
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/12594371/images/1288286353080.jpg

Not this one:
http://www.bestpharmguide.com/magazine/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/identity-theft.jpg

Is it a violation of my friends privacy? What are the limits here?
Any many questions popped up in my mind...Your input is highly appreciated.

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    Jan 22 2013: Privacy always has been redefined depending different factors even at the same time point it can be different for different person....e.g. Privacy of a homeless person /family is different than one has got a basic one room to one person / family having a huge mansion....is not it?
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      Jan 24 2013: Thanks Salim for your input.
      Yes, Privacy is a function of "Time,location, culture,context, (what else?)..."...I love this... please continute the conversation.
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        Jan 25 2013: Thanks Anwar for your note....
        "What else "?....actually there are lot.....say privacy differs with gender, age, physical condition etc etc ...say the question which can't be asked by a general person to a physically challenged person due to privacy reason ....is a must question for a healthcare professional.......

        Actually privacy concept needs lot of awareness about lot factors and applying common sense ...

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