Openbook lifts the lid on Facebook disclosures

05/17/2010 | Search Engine Land

Social-privacy activists have launched a site that automatically searches publicly available Facebook profiles for information people might prefer to keep private. The site, called Openbook, seeks to raise awareness of Facebook's privacy policies by compiling profile posts that reference potentially embarrassing phrases such as "cheated test" and "I hate my job."

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