For those who can't stand the massive friend and follower collections on popular social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, 'Camarilla' is a potential solution. The social network is based around image sharing and messaging, but it separates itself from other platforms by limiting sharing to just 15 friends at a time.
For sharing pictures on Camarilla, users must choose 15 friends who will receive a direct message with those images. This interaction is not public, meaning that only the 15 friends chosen will see the pictures. Then, the people involved in a photo-share can comment within that same exchange, eliminating the public comments sections that mar privacy on Facebook and Instagram.
Camarilla has the potential to expand because each user can have 15 separate friends, allowing for a networking effect.