Facebook’s recently announced beta of its new Graph Search resulted in the sorts of stories and headlines one has come to expect from a company whose every move is subject to media dissection. Some were skeptical about the value of the feature, especially its built-in restrictions: leveraging Facebook content alone and excluding well-established search entities like Google and Bing. Others expressed concern about its privacy implications.
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Graph Search: Cultivating Big Data in Facebook’s Walled Garden