Juliette Garside | The Guardian | Raw Story | January 23, 2013
New blog aims to show how those who share photos, personal information and “likes” on Facebook could see privacy invaded
Privacy concerns are mounting around Facebook’s recently unveiled search tool, after it was used to unearth lists of people related to supporters of the outlawed Chinese group Falun Gong and companies employing self-declared racists.
Graph Search, Facebook’s answer to Google’s search engine, was launched last week by founder Mark Zuckerberg, who promised it would help people find friends who share their interests. Critics argued it could be also be used to unearth compromising information on Facebook’s 1 billion members.