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 June 13, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Joe Cadillic pretty much sums up what our world is becoming these days:

A New York based company called Vuzix along with a UAE software company called NNTC, worked together to produce the world’s first automatic facial recognition sunglasses for law enforcement.

Not only did they create the world’s first automatic facial recognition sunglasses but they purposely made them to resemble Oakley sunglasses. Which makes it harder for people to tell if they are being spied on.

The above video warns that police will have access to a database of at least one million faces.

Read more on MassPrivateI.

Things are getting rapidly worse instead of better.

And don’t bother telling me that we have no reasonable expectation of privacy in public.  That’s just one more problem we need to fix.

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