May 13, 2024, 7:48 a.m. | /u/fffelix_jan

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age

In China, it is common to see facial recognition security cameras in public places. (There is no such thing as a social credit "score", so don't worry about that. However, many of the cameras are tied to the PSB system, so for Chinese people, their last seen location can be searched according to their ID card number by the police, since the ID card information also includes facial data.) However, apparently some facial recognition works even if you are wearing …

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