The Any Key: Ability to Google Facebook profiles blow to privacy


Privacy doesn't exist on the Internet. Your Facebook, your Flickr, your MySpace - all of your personal information can be found easily, either by searching the site in question or through Google, the most accurate, accessible and widely used search engine in the world.

Facebook has a long history when it comes to issues of privacy. For a long time, the only way to see someone's profile was to have an account. Then that changed. Anyone could see an account that wasn't privacy protected by the user, though an account to search on the site was required.

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