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Facebook and Bing Do the Search Two-Step

October 15, 2010 1 Comment

Facebook members who use Bing may get some interesting input from their friends when they run their next Web searches. Microsoft is adding input from users’ Facebook data to the results it pulls up, giving people an idea about what their friends think about a given topic. Both companies stress privacy is a priority, but the advertising opportunities will be tempting.

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One Comments to “Facebook and Bing Do the Search Two-Step”
  1. Gates Zach says:

    These are great articles, I really appriciate your work.

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