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Facebook's Graph Search starts rolling out to all U.S. users

Ian Paul | July 9, 2013
Soon, everyone who skims through Facebook in U.S. English will be able to find out who among their friends likes coffee and jazz.

Then of course, there are Graph Search's questions around privacy , since you can't opt out of the service. Tumblr user Tom Scott set off a mini-controversy around Graph Search in January when he was able to surface controversial results such as single women that live nearby are single and like getting drunk. Then in June, a mobile developer claimed he was able to use Graph Search to scrape 2.5 million phone numbers from Facebook user profiles.

 

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