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Facebook wants to know which of your friends you have a “Secret Crush” onIt’s part of a big expansion of the platform’s dating feature, which is now available in 14 new countries on top of the original five (none of which are the US, yet.)The context: The “Secret Crush” feature will let Facebook Dating users pick up to nine friends they’d like to date, and they’ll get a notification if the feeling is mutual. It only works if you’re on Facebook Dating (so, no, you cant go around creeping on friends’ profiles and secretly expressing desire for them.) Facebook hopes to use its clout to take on the crowded dating app market, which includes competitors like Hinge, Bumble, and Tinder. Facebook Dating will be coming to the US by the end of the year. The news: It was just one of several announcements at Facebook’s annual F8 conference yesterday. Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the biggest redesign since 2011, and fleshed out plans to integrate WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram into a single end-to-end encrypted product, though he said this is years away from launch. He also announced plans to start shipping new wireless VR headsets and launch Facebook’s smart screen “Portal” product internationally.However: There was a glaring omission at the event. Not one of these announcements really address the main concerns with Facebook, which center around user data, and targeted advertising.Sign up here to get your dose of the latest must-read news from the world of emerging tech in our daily newsletter The Download.ShareLinkAuthorCharlotte JeeI write The Download, the only newsletter in tech you need to read every day. Before joining MIT Technology Review I was editor of Techworld. Prior to that I was a reporter covering the intersection of politics, the public sector and technology. In my spare time I run a venture called Jeneo aimed at making tech events more inclusive. I regularly do public speaking and crop up on the BBC from time to time. Sign up for The Download here.ImageAssociated PressShareLinkAuthorCharlotte JeeI write The Download, the only newsletter in tech you need to read every day. Before joining MIT Technology Review I was editor of Techworld. Prior to that I was a reporter covering the intersection of politics, the public sector and technology. In my spare time I run a venture called Jeneo aimed at making tech events more inclusive. I regularly do public speaking and crop up on the BBC from time to time. Sign up for The Download here.ImageAssociated Press