Find, delete your profane posts on Facebook with FaceWash – CNET Mobile

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It’s easy to write a quick post on Twitter or Facebook in a moment of joy — or rage — exclaiming your emotion with a few profane words in tow. But over time the way we want to use a social network may change, and it might make more sense for Facebook to become a professional representation of yourself.

And withGraph Search just around the corner, your Facebook past is going to be extremely easy to search; possibly surfacing a side of you you’d rather not have your potential employers or family members see. Heck, you may not even want to see the questionable posts yourself.The Next Web brought to my attention a Web app that aims to help
clean your Facebook profile of all profanities.

The app, FaceWash, originally discovered by TNW on Hacker News, will connect to your Facebook account, scan your profile for a predefined list of naughty words and then present you with the results.

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