Facebook privacy is at the forefront of most social media conversations these days. With emphasis being put on what users can do to prevent people seeing data they want private, the Web is a twitter (literally) with people providing ways to lock down your information… obviously the people you’re able to search on Openbook aren’t reading these suggestions.
Openbook (hat tip to Gizmodo for the article) is a search engine for status updates and taps into the Facebook API to bring you the world as seen and told through the status updates of complete strangers.
I think the quote at the top of their page says it all (as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg once said while making the precursor to Facebook): They trust me. Dumb fucks.