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Reality Bytes: Facebook searches for something better

Last week, an Irish MEP took aim at Facebook. Labour's Phil Prendergast focused specifically on Graph Search, Facebook's new internal search engine.

3rd February, 2013
Whereas Facebook has sometimes crossed the line on privacy, it does not appear to have done so in this instance yet.

Last week, an Irish MEP took aim at Facebook. Labour's Phil Prendergast focused specifically on Graph Search, Facebook's new internal search engine. It was, she said, "a curtain twitcher's dream and a privacy nightmare".

Graph Search allows you to look for people, services, places or preferences within Facebook. For example, if you need a plumber, you can type: "plumbers that my friends like". Hopefully, one of your Facebook friends - or one of your friends'...

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