It seems like a year can’t go by without Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook making headlines with a new feature on the social media platform that sets back user privacy. The latest feature is a post search function labelled Search FYI, which Facebook claims will allow users to better search current and trending events. However, the new feature will comb through every single public post on Facebook, which could potentially bring up old and awkward user posts from the past and make them available for viewing to strangers. Steve and Ben take another look at Facebook, its obsession with making your data not private, and why the social media platform is not the cool thing it once was when Zuckerberg was coding it himself out of his Harvard Dorm Room.

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