Facebook is trying to build a virtual version of Reddit that could compete with the social network for users, according to a new report from Engadgets.
Reddit, which is based in Seattle, is the most popular site on the site, and it has long been one of the most active social networks.
But this year, it has been adding features that Facebook doesn’t.
One of those features, which will launch in March, lets users create their own private chat rooms, which are a new feature for users who have the ability to set their own privacy settings.
Facebook has tried to keep these private chatrooms secret from users, but Engadges report shows that it has not been successful.
“The key to making Facebook an excellent match for Reddit is to create a system that allows for more transparency and privacy in the system,” Engadgers said.
Facebook and Reddit are also working to merge their data centers, which would allow the sites to share more information.
Facebook, which also has a data center in Dublin, Ireland, has said that it is working on an initiative to merge data centers to allow for greater sharing.