Facebook launches Graph Search

Earlier this year Facebook launched a beta version of its own search engine called Graph Search. It is a tool located at the top of the browser site that allows you to search through the Facebook universe for people, interests, photos, and places.

On Monday, they released an update to this internal search engine. Now more users will be able to access the tool.

Here are some articles about Facebook’s Graph Search

New York Times’ says that this new Graph Search tool is impressive but there are issues involving user-privacy and a general understanding of how people use language. Click here.

New York Times’ Bits Blog posted a follow-up post that explored the limits of the search tool.  Click here.

TechCrunch announced the wide-release of Graph Search and pointed out that users should now pay close attention to their privacy settings on older content.  Click here.

Business Insider has a full post on how the Graph Search works.  Click here.

SearchEngineLand.com posted an article outlining the changes made to Graph Search since its initial beta version.  Click here.

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