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  • Facebook tests a 'super-privacy' app
  • Facebook tests a 'super-privacy' app
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Facebook tests a 'super-privacy' app

After revelations concerning unsolicited emotional experiments being carried our on unsuspecting members, Facebook has been trying to regain the trust of its audience. It's created Moments - an app focused on super-private sharing of photos, updates and videos.

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