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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 :

Not this one:

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 24 2013: I just participated in translating "Ellen Jorgensen: Biohacking -- you can do it, too" into Arabic. Ellen has signed up to Harvard study about making her own DNA sequence available online. What else is more Personally Identifying than your DNA? I don't have my DNA sequence in my Gmail or Facebook!
    So, again, my question is: What is privacy? and my call: let's re-define it .

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