If you haven’t seen this yet, this tool is worth checking out. It allows you to explore what information Facebook shares on you (or friends, of pages, etc..) Their recent social graph changes allow for easy access to information about an object (person, page, application…) in a structured way. Time in your name and see what happens. As always, you can control what is published about you by changing your Facebook privacy settings.
The new Graph API attempts to drastically simplify the way developers read and write data to Facebook. It presents a simple, consistent view of the Facebook social graph, uniformly representing objects in the graph (e.g., people, photos, events, and fan pages) and the connections between them (e.g., friend relationships, shared content, and photo tags).
Every object in the social graph has a unique ID. You can fetch the data associated with an object by fetching
https://graph.facebook.com/ID. For example, the official page for the Facebook Platform has id 19292868552, so you can fetch the object at https://graph.facebook.com/19292868552: