Perusing through Facebook can be pretty mindless. You might see a photo you like, so you "like" it or a status update that makes you smile, so you "like" it. But a new study says those "likes" might tell people more than you want them to know.
A study from the University of Cambridge says it's possible to predict private facts like a person's sexual orientation, political beliefs, religion, and even if they abuse drugs or alcohol just by analyzing Facebook "likes."
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