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But the learnings from that earlier experiment have now popped up in Facebook’s Messenger application as a new feature called Rooms, which is rolling out now in select markets.

“I don’t take pictures of my dinner and post them on Twitter, I can’t stand ‘celebrity reality’ TV ‘stars’, I don’t watch X-lax Factor-style talent shows, I don’t have a kitten called Pussyclaat, and I wasn’t raised by wolves,” she gabbles.

” Or have we all become so compliant now that we just sit back and allow the government to peek into our homes through our web cameras without even so much as murmur of resistance?

Facebook’s experiment with semi-anonymous social networking centered around interests, via a standalone app called Rooms, failed.

The Guardian adds that the haul included (not surprisingly) “substantial quantities of sexually explicit communications”. The purported ‘aim’ of the program wasn’t to feed the kinky fetishes of GCHQ operatives.

Rather, Optic Nerve was designed to test out new facial recognition software, and to gather intel on terrorist suspects who attemptto remain anonymous online by using aliases.

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