Company's Mission: to Make You a Fake Online Girlfriend

And she'll even interact with you, promises Cloud Girlfriend
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Mar 28, 2011 11:27 AM CDT
Company's Mission: to Make You a Fake Online Girlfriend
The logo of social networking website 'Facebook' is displayed on a computer screen in London, 12 December 2007. AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL   (Getty Images)

If, for some reason, you need to convince all your online friends that you have a girlfriend ... start hoping Cloud Girlfriend makes good on its promise. The new service vows to create your "perfect girlfriend," who will then interact with you publicly on the social networking site of your choice, AOL News reports. Though the service hasn't officially launched, visitors to its site are encouraged to "register early to get in line" due to overwhelming demand. But some doubt it ever will see the light of day; AOL notes that Facebook's Terms of Service agreement bars computer-controlled accounts, which may spell doom for the company. Click for more, including reactions to Cloud Girlfriend. (More Facebook stories.)

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