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Op-Ed: Say goodbye to your privacy — Total face recognition is here
Sydney - Do they hire technocrats solely on the basis of their total inability to see how technology can be abused? It looks like it. The new, ultra-efficient face recognition technology is about to become part of surveillance systems.
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