Realistic Facebook Privacy Simulator Game: Guess Wrong, And See Mark Zuckerberg Dance

RealisticFacebookPrivacySimulatorTitleScreenThe issue of privacy on Facebook is far from a game, but don’t tell that to daily content site Us Vs Th3m, which debuted amusing and thought-provoking game Realistic Facebook Privacy Simulator, in which players have 20 seconds to answer groups of questions related to privacy on the social network. Wrong answers are met by a dancing Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Us Vs Th3m described itself as follows on its Facebook page:

We make toys, games, and quizzes. Follow us to keep updated with the best distractions on the Internet.

This is an experiment. Every weekday, we try and publish some original, slightly topical Internet LOLs. And every weekday, we’ll republish some of best LOLs the rest of the Web has produced. At tea time each day, we send you an email rounding up the highlights, and letting you know who has been funnier — us or them.

It will be difficult for “them” to top Us Vs Th3m, but not quite as difficult as avoiding the dancing Zuckerberg.

Readers: How many levels did you advance in Realistic Facebook Privacy Simulator?

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