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Sometimes I see my friends associated to Facebook ads:

Sponsored Stories
John Doe likes SomeProduct.

I might have clicked "Like" on some things without being aware this would end up being used like this.

To avoid this, is there a place where I can see the list of all sponsored stories I "liked"?

I have looked here:

Profile > Info > Activities and Interests: Edit > Show Other Pages

But I am not sure if this the correct place?

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You can get this info using the Graph API. One way to do this is to go to the Graph API info page - http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/api/

Here you will see links to get information about yourself (Profile details, Likes, Photo Albums...). These links contain an access token which is only valid for a short time so you cannot bookmark these links.

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Indeed. So, what I described is the "Likes: graph.facebook.com/me/likes?access_token=..."; link? – nic Mar 8 '11 at 3:38
Yes that should give you all your Likes info – andy318 Mar 14 '11 at 18:55

You could view https://www.facebook.com/ads/adboard/ , which shows you the different links which are ads-related.

Some of the ads would have likes on the bottom.

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It shows me 26 ads. A few of them are liked by friends, but none by me it seems. Does that mean I like zero ads, or is the Adboard just a selection of a few ads? – nic Mar 8 '11 at 3:36

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