The feature that has allowed users to remain anonymous in search on Facebook is gone. In a report for SearchEngineWatch, Carly Page says Facebook has removed its “Who can look up your Timeline by name?” security feature, and that means all Facebook users will show up in search results, regardless of who makes the search.
To explain its latest move, Facebook says the feature made Facebook “feel broken” at times, particularly when users complain about not being able to find the Facebook pages of people they know personally.
In any case, Facebook says users can still visit the privacy settings page and limit the audience they want to share posts with or choose what they want to share with others.
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