If you're a conspiracy theorist of the most wild variety who's got a bug-bear about Facebook, congratulations - today's your lucky day.

In a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook said that brain-to-brain technology is the future for Facebook.

"You'll just be able to think of something and your friends will immediately be able to experience it too if you'd like," Zuckerberg said.

Let's take a minute here - do you REALLY want your friends knowing what goes in your head? And what if you accidentally press the share button in your mind?

What then? Oh no, I was thinking about another person's beach photo, not yours.

Keep in mind, although we're laughing and joking now, Facebook are serious about personal messaging.

Last year, they spent $22 BILLION buying Whatsapp and have also purchased Oculus, a VR design company and their intention is to use it for communication purposes.

Their idea, we think, is that you pop on a VR headset and you can see whoever you're communicating with in real-time. Trippy, we know.

As well as this, brain-to-brain communication is slowly becoming a reality.

Researchers at the University of Washington have successfully completed several motion-based trials involving two brains.

In other words, two people are hooked up and one person sent a command to, say type something in a keyboard, and the other obeyed.