WebID as an extensible and distributed identification approach
enables users to globally authenticate themselves, connect to each
other and manage their identity data at a self-defined place. Identity data
stored in WebID profile documents can be protected from unauthorized
access using appropriate access control methods. While existing methods
are primarily about securing resources, they lack providing adequate
mechanisms for controlling access to specific data within profiles.
This paper presents our approach to create customized views on
profiles in WebID-based distributed social networks. We introduce finegrained
personalized filters based on SPARQL templates and demonstrate
their integration into an existing identity management platform.