New social network lets users hide their identity

06/26/2013 | Upstart Business Journal

A social network called Duvamis promises to let its users completely hide their identity from other users. Users create avatars called "virtual visions," along with handles that need not bear any relation to their true identity. "After years of promoting self-exposure ... there was bound to be a tipping point were users would start looking for exactly the opposite. Anonymity is the new black," the unidentified founders wrote in an e-mail.

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