Facebook is no longer supporting search results from Microsoft’s Bing search engine on its social networking site and as per the information from company’s spokesperson, Facebook is looking to reorganize its own search offerings and want to have more control on it by themselves.
Following this, company is introducing a tool on Monday that will allow users to quickly find past comments and other information posted by their friends on Facebook.
“We’re not currently showing web search results in Facebook Search because we’re focused on helping people find what’s been shared with them on Facebook,” a company spokesperson told Reuters. “We continue to have a great partnership with Microsoft in lots of different areas.”
Editor’s Opinion: As far as we are concerned, Facebook is trying to dominate its operations by their own and this thing has been observed by us in last 5 years as company has made many acquisitions to improve and lead the social media industry whether it is through WhatApp or Instagram’s acquisition.
In October 2007, Microsoft did the investment of $240 Million in Facebook for the stake of 1.6 percent in the company where Microsoft provided banner ads on Facebook’s website in international markets and the same thing was stopped by Facebook in 2010 in order to take more control of its ad business
Sources: IBN Live