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With the imminent release of Graph Search, I am a little concerned about what Graph Search results in which I may be found.

Where can I go to see all of the pages/links/etc. I have "Liked"? How can I remove these in bulk?

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Go to your profile page and check your Activity Log. You can filter the activity by type and that should help you.

Likes Filter

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He's right, actually. Under Activity Log --> Likes, you can see a list of all what you have 'liked'. – input Jan 24 '13 at 0:00
The View Activity Log button is located in the bottom-right of your cover image. This is directly across from your name. – Stan James Oct 16 '14 at 18:19

Open your profile page and click the link to your likes under your cover photo on the right.
That should give you a complete list to cull. They make you click through to "Show other pages", so make sure to catch any under that category too.

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