It seems a site somewhere in Europe has scraped the photos and personal profiles of some 250,000 women and men for a "dating" site, lovely-faces. Paolo Cirio, a media artist, and Alessandro Ludovico, media critic and editor in chief of Neural magazine, explained their actions at this page. They state, “Facebook, an endlessly cool place for so many people, becomes at the same time a goldmine for identity theft and dating — unfortunately, without the user’s control,” the two explain. “But that’s the very nature of Facebook and social media in general. If we start to play with the concepts of identity theft and dating, we should be able to unveil how fragile a virtual identity given to a proprietary platform can be.”
Facebook's answer was "“Scraping people’s information violates our terms,” according to Barry Schnitt, Facebook’s director of policy communications. “We have taken, and will continue to take, aggressive legal action against organizations that violate these terms. We’re investigating this site and will take appropriate action.”
Schnitt, since you are making all that money as director of policy communications at FaceSucks, you should know that if one is not a member of FaceSucks, the Terms of Serivce do not apply to them.