Facebook has a public but slightly hidden feature that lets anyone see all of the photos you ever liked by a simple search keyword.
By just heading to the search bar at the top and searching for “Photos liked by” a certain person, you can see all of the pictures that person has given the thumbs up to, through all of their history on Facebook.
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The same tool can be used on yourself, by typing “Photos liked by me”. Or it can be used for other things entirely — typing to look for friends who like a certain group will show everyone who is a fan of a certain page, for instance.Graph search mostly uses natural language, which means that you can search in the way that you’d expect if you were talking to a real human being.
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The tool only shows information that is otherwise publicly available elsewhere. But like the recent discovery of the potentially embarrassing “Favourite Quotes” section, Facebook has such a huge collection of often very old data about people that dredging it back up could still be embarrassing or against people’s wishes.
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