The founders of the anonymous social network Duvamis take anonymity so seriously that last week when they launched the site, they refused to say a word. And for a company with such an interesting business model—following on news that social network providers like Facebook and Google were sharing data with the NSA—it seemed like kind of a loss. A video promoting Duvamis explains that the founders of the company believe anonymity lets people be who they really are. So the unusual social network lets its users create their own persona—whether it be animal, object, human or anything else—and embody as many of those “virtual visions,” as the company calls them, as they want.
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