Satire website 'conducted secret psychology experiment on users' emoticons' says report

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Saturday, 28 June 2014

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Cyberspace, The Last Affrontiere - The satirical website Farcebook has been accused of conducting a huge secret psychological experiment on its users to see how they respond to cyber crap.

Sixty million Farcebook users took part without any personal knowledge of the wacky scam to see if pals' reactions had impact on their, uh, stuff.

Published this weekend by the Journal of Proceedings of the National Academy of Satirsists of the United States the results are kinda unequivocal:

It's all a bit of meaningless cyber-fluff designed to allow giant online retailers stalk their prey with a view to flogging them hugely overpriced multi-purpose compost and other wholesome shit.

And that's just the tip of your organically induced iceberg lettuce.

Commenting on the tick-box terms 'n' conditions scam a Farcebook source said this evening that it was all about internal operations like troubles shitting, data dumps, testy humor and other wiseass stuff.

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