Facebook's new Graph Search service is still in beta test, but the social network carefully prepared for its launch by removing users' options to not be included in search returns. When Graph Search becomes widely available, so will all your random "likes," travels and friendings.
Facebook on Tuesday unveiled Graph Search, which will let you search across your friends and the rest of the network for all sorts of data. Lex Friedman explains some of the implications for social networking fans.
The social-networking giant gives users Graph Search, a new way of searching through the massive amounts of content on the site.
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After users objected, Instagram reversed its plan to revise its terms of service in regard to using its customers' images in ads. But the original contract gives the company a lot of latitude anyway.
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