Facebook’s Graph Search Turns Up Privacy Issues

by Blogburger on January 20, 2013

Facebook’s introduction of Graph Search has been greeted with — wait for it — complaints about privacy. Graph Search is a feature Facebook introduced to allow users to enter parameter-based searches to find friends — and friends of friends — who share certain interests. A search for “friends who ski” or even more specifically “friends who ski in Arizona” will narrow the results within that field. Concerns arose when Facebook made changes in December to its privacy policy to make way for Graph Search.


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