Jun 202013
 June 20, 2013  Posted by  Surveillance

Ida Torres reports:

With privacy becoming a hot button topic because of recent NSA revelations and the potential of devices like Google Glass to invade personal space, Japanese researchers claim to have come up with a way to block facial recognition algorithms. The new visor from the National Institute of Informatics makes sure that no one can take your picture without your permission.

Read more on Japan Daily Press.

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