Here’s a Realistic Facebook “Security” Simulator

October 14, 2013 | Kyle Chayka

A new website from UsVsTh3m mimics many of the absurdities one may encounter when adjusting to Facebook‘s occasional “security” changes. The Realistic Facebook Security Simulator is a race against the clock, employing terminology similar to Facebook’s own when asking users to update their privacy settings, but with a bit of social [network] commentary.

The round begins with “We’re rolling out new privacy settings in 20 seconds!” and for the following twenty seconds, players are bombarded with a seemingly endless barrage of questions ranging from whether or not you would like to tag both of your chins in an image or automatically share your mostly recent watched porn. As the game progresses, some of the questions become increasingly complex… and depressingly insightful.