Learn how to protect your privacy with Facebook’s new expanded search

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Teens Don’t Like FacebookOn Monday, Facebook rolled out an expanded search that lets users sift through an increasing amount of information and personal history.

Of course, while the new “Graph Search” allows users to find others with like-interest in their area, the new search feature comes with a negative: Your information is now more public than ever.

According to the Huffington Post, strangers will now be able to “find out the personal details of your life,” from the Facebook search bar.

Users looking to protect their information will need to take larger steps to make their profile private.  Learn more about the steps to protect your privacy here.

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