Earlier this month, Facebook announced an upcoming new feature that would help users explore the social network in a “whole new way”.
Currently in limited beta, Facebook Graph Search, provides Facebook users with an easier way to find the information you have shared on the social network.
Alarm bells rang in the heads of the privacy-conscious, disturbed that Facebook Graph Search might dredge up data about yourself that you once posted (and have forgotten about) or how the system could be used to cross-relate different pieces of information about you with potentially uncomfortable or unpleasant results.
A new blog called Actual Facebook Graph Searches highlights the potential problem very clearly.
For instance, here are married people who like prostitutes…
Read more in my article on the Naked Security website.
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