Facebook API and Privacy Settings

In a C# program I would like to retrieve the Privacy Settings of the Facebook Account.
The seetings I am looking for can be found in Facebook under Edit Profile -> Privacy.

What I testet so far:

a) I played around with the Graph API Explorer (http://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer/)

b) I testet the FQL Test Console.  (http://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/rest/fql.query/). I wasn't able to find anything and the FQL console was not working at all.
There are tables such as privacy and privacy_seeting but they seem to be used only for video, note, link, photo, or photo album.

Thanks for a feedback.
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it-artAuthor Commented:
Thanks - this ist the correct table I was looking for!
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