'Spy' Looks Normal, Goofy on Facebook Spy flap spurs talk of banning 007s from social media By Mary Papenfuss, Newser User Posted Jun 30, 2010 5:49 AM CDT 1 comment Comments Like fellow accused spy Anna Chapman, Mikhail Semenko has an extensive Facebook presence. (www.facebook.com) (Newser) – Mikhail Semenko's co-workers found him clumsy and awkward, but on Facebook he looks like a pretty sociable guy. The accused Russian spy's profile features pics of him mugging with friends in a Bill Clinton mask and a USSR T-shirt, Gawker reports, as well as just chatting at parties with beer in hand. Semenko and fellow 20-something spy Anna Chapman are present on LinkedIn as well, and Chapman also has a Twitter feed. News of the plugged-in spies adds to calls in the intelligence community to ban agents from using social media, Marc Ambinder writes in the Atlantic. Facebook and its ilk are considered a "counterintelligence risk of the first order," Ambinder notes, and operatives receive no training in how to figure out who the bad guys on Facebook might be.