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Well, crap. Facebook launched search and now you have to figure out what is going to show up in searches around the globe.
Back in the old days, Facebook was a site where college students could share photos of their youthful indiscretions without having to worry too much about their boss or parents stumbling across them. That isn’t the case anymore. This isn’t an inherently bad thing — there’s a reason the site has over 500 million people — but there’s also room for startups to fill in the more private niches that Facebook doesn’t.