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This Facial Recognition Tool Could Be the End of Privacy

Facial recognition is widely used by governments, police and corporations. But what happens when it gets into the hands of everyday people? VICE News’s Alice Hines reports on PimEyes, a powerful new search engine that’s being used by everyone from war crime researchers to 4Chan trolls. Its unlikely owner is a cyber-security academic, who says […]Facial recognition is widely used by governments, police and corporations. But what happens when it gets into the hands of everyday people? VICE News’s Alice Hines reports on PimEyes, a powerful new search engine that’s being used by everyone from war crime researchers to 4Chan trolls. Its unlikely owner is a cyber-security academic, who saysRead MoreThisis50

Facial recognition is widely used by governments, police and corporations. But what happens when it gets into the hands of everyday people? VICE News’s Alice Hines reports on PimEyes, a powerful new search engine that’s being used by everyone from war crime researchers to 4Chan trolls. Its unlikely owner is a cyber-security academic, who says he’s giving power back to citizens. But victims say the software facilitates stalking.

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