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"The feeling we have on the Internet is that we are safe there, that no body is looking at us," Verhoeven says.

"We experience a certain sense of secrecy that we share with people whom we don't know.

It raises the question: why do we share a secret with people whom we don't know when, on the streets, we could look these same people in the eyes and maybe share the same things with real people?

" But Tavia Nyong'o, a professor of performance studies at New York University, says the project raises a lot of red flags, in particular about privacy.

"Whether it was to focus on public sex or the kind of relationship between the private and the public in relation to gay male sexuality?

Paul La Fontaine has lived through as bad a crisis as any chief executive of an online company has encountered.

The head of Sulake, creator of the social-networking service Habbo, faced a public outcry after a two-month TV news investigation found the company’s virtual-world site, which had 250 million registered users, to be “full of pornographic sexual chat despite the fact that it is aimed at children as young as 13 years old.” The report prompted venture-capital firm Balderton Capital to drop its stake in Habbo and retailers stopped selling access cards for the game.

It was cut short on October 5, however, after some users protested, saying it was a violation of their privacy.

Hebel am Ufer (HAU), a state-funded theater which sponsored Verhoeven's project, later held two town hall-style meetings to discuss the merits and failings of the project. An American in his 20s who went over to Verhoeven's cube shortly after it opened became particularly irate when he saw his chat messages and photos being read by the assembled crowd.