Though Facebook is a wonderful way to connect online with the people. You are sharing statuses, images and more, more with strangers. Without proper privacy settings the social network can quickly grow to be your biggest privacy vulnerability.

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Setting your friends list to “Only Me” doesn’t actually means that nobody can see who you’re connected to, because there’s a loophole anyone can exploit, according to the popular social media blog Mashable.

Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg keeps his friends list private. He is friends with Facebook employee and head of product Chris Cox, whose friends list is public. Zuckerberg and Cox have 248 shared connections, with that Mashable able to see more than 400 of Zuckerberg’s Facebook friends easily.

Here we go with Mark Zuckerberg’s private friends list.

  • Alison Pincus, Cofounder of home decor marketplace One King’s Lane (and wife of Zynga cofounder Mark Pincus)
  • Barry Diller, Chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp, media executive
  • Ben Horowitz, Cofounder of VC firm Andreessen Horowitz
  • Biz Stone, Cofounder of Twitter, CEO and founder of Jelly
  • Blake Ross, Co-creator of Mozilla Firefox
  • Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb
  • Charlie Cheever, Cofounder of Quora
  • Dave Goldberg, CEO of SurveyMokey (and Sandberg’s husband)
  • Dennis Crowley, CEO of Foursquare
  • Drew Houston, CEO of Dropbox
  • Ev Williams, CEO of Medium, Twitter cofounder
  • Jack Dorsey, CEO and founder of Square, Twitter cofounder
  • Jack Xu, Co-president and CTO at SINA (owns Sina Weibo, China’s version of Twitter)
  • Jeremy Stoppelman, CEO of Yelp
  • John Donahoe, President and CEO of eBay
  • Keith Rabois, Venture Capitalist at Shasta Ventures
  • Marc Andreessen, Cofounder of VC firm Andreessen Horowitz and Facebook board member
  • Qi Lu, Executive VP at Microsoft
  • Robin Li, CEO and cofounder at Chinese search company Baidu (China’s third richest man)
  • Scott Sassa, Former CEO of Friendster
  • Sean Parker, Cofounder of Napster, early President at Facebook
  • Trip Adler, CEO and cofounder of Scribd

Mashable explains “You can’t see a connection if both users hide their friends list, as is the case with Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. We assume the two are friends, but you can’t tell by using the mutual friends search. Zuckerberg’s full friends list likely features even more intriguing tech connections.

News Credit – Mashable.com