Defeat facial recognition
Big Brother is watching you, though probably not in the ways most of us would imagine. Sure, the cameras at banks or airport checkpoints may be on the lookout for robbers or would-be terrorists , using facial recognition technology to match pictures to existing ones. But private enterprise is busy as well. If you tag a picture of yourself on Facebook or Google's Picasa, that image can be used to identify you in other pictures.
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4 Ways to Avoid Facial Recognition Online and in Public
Would you like the ability to control when your image is or is not captured by facial recognition software? Many Americans feel abuse of this technology routinely violates either the God-given or constitutional rights of US citizens. Newer technologies employ three-dimensional information about the shape of a face and skin texture analysis. This information can be misused to violate rights such as freedom of assembly, freedom of movement and, some believe, can constitute unlawful search and seizure or other rights violations. Law was created in order to protect rights and property, but is now all too often used to legally plunder them. Professor Alessandro Acquisti conducted a series of experiments at Carnegie Mellon University CMU which identified strangers, identified their personal information and, in some cases, even social security numbers and credit reports. The experiments were both on-line and off-line and used only photos, social media and resources available to end users.
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How to hack your face to dodge the rise of facial recognition tech
Over the last decade, computers have become better at seeing faces. Software can tell if a camera has a face in its frame of vision, and law enforcement has been testing facial-recognition programs that can supposedly pick out suspects in a crowd. That's prompted an arms race between the people who build facial-recognition systems — and those seeking ways to defeat them.
Caption: Getty Images. Facial recognition makes sense as a method for your computer to recognize you. After all, humans already use a powerful version of it to tell each other apart.