Now, he seems to believe that the pendulum has swung too far against anonymity and maybe it's time to once again let people do things in secret on the web.Facebook is planning to allow people to use some of its apps anonymously, Bloomberg reports.Users are also allowed to turn on their "anonymous" flag so that they can chat anonymously without revealing their names or other profile information.
Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA) is an organization made up of support groups with the mutual goal of helping people overcome sex addiction.
In 2004, Zuckerberg made "real identity" the core of the Facebook offering.
It was originally designed as a literal "face book" where college students could look up each other to match names to faces.
Here are some reviews from the i Tunes store: "This app is super creative and helpful.
If you ever used a fake screen name that you'd be horrified to be linked to in real life — like "sexybaby69," for instance — rejoice: There has been a huge U-turn in Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's thinking about "real identity" and anonymous behavior on the web.