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Private data revealed by Facebook 'likes': study

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Those Facebook 'likes' can reveal a lot more than you think. 

A 'like' sign stands at the entrance of Facebook headquarters May 18, 2012 in Menlo Park, California. Those Facebook 'likes' can reveal a lot more than you think. Research released Monday shows patterns from these Facebook preferences can provide surprisingly accurate estimates of the user's race, age, IQ, sexuality and other personal information.

Research released Monday shows patterns from these Facebook preferences can provide surprisingly accurate estimates of the user's race, age, IQ, sexuality and other personal information.

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