March Zuckerberg just announced this at Facebook's F8 conference:
Announcing 'Anonymous Login,’ Mark Zuckerberg said: "We don't ever want anyone to be surprised with how they are sharing on Facebook.” #f8— Mashable (@mashable) April 30, 2014
I didn't get all the details, but seems like one of the biggest beneficiaries to this will be the Oculus Rift, now owned by Facebook:
Despite company claims to the contrary, many Oculus Rift supporters worried that Facebook's ownership of the VR platform inevitably meant that users would have to connect their virtual reality experience to Facebook. But if Facebook starts allowing anonymous logins to its own main services, this should be less of a concern.
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