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Face.com CEO Responds to My Questions, Raises More Concerns

Face.com CEO Responds to My Questions, Raises More Concerns

| October 28, 2010 | Comments (0)

If you remember about two months ago, I wrote a blog about Face.com’s facial recognition software and how it has the potential to pose serious privacy issues for our children when it comes to photos and videos on social networks–more specifically Facebook.  After posting this blog, I received a response from Gil Hirsch, Face.com’s CEO, […]

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A Response from the CEO of Face.com – And My Questions for Him

A Response from the CEO of Face.com – And My Questions for Him

| August 27, 2010 | Comments (0)

The CEO of Face.com—the company behind the facial recognition software that I discussed in yesterday’s blog post—responded to my post with a comment.  Here’s what he had to say: So I took Gil up on his offer and reached out to him.  Fortunately, he was nice enough to offer answers to some questions that I […]

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Facial Recognition Tech May Pose Some Serious Threats to Online Privacy

Facial Recognition Tech May Pose Some Serious Threats to Online Privacy

| August 26, 2010 | Comments (0)

Once in a while, I come across a news article that leads me to believe that things may be getting better in the world of online privacy.  I’ve read and blogged about conferences where lawmakers and website CEOs have come together to discuss outdated privacy laws, and ways to amend them.  I’ve also shared with […]

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