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#AwkwardAlert: People can see every photo you’ve ever liked on Facebook

"Can they now?" was probably your first reaction to that headline.

"Oh crap... what compromising images might I have liked while half-cut at 3am on a lonesome Saturday night," might well be the second.

Such is the all-knowing nature of Facebook's social web, its search function has the capacity to show your friends exactly what images and posts you've been liking.

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