In today’s world, privacy is a luxury. Many companies own huge user profile databases without you even knowing they exist. That’s why many things and services on the Internet are free of charge. You know what they say: When something’s free, you are the product.
Fortunately, this global privacy breach tendency is met with resistance. There are quite a few tech specialists out there who strive to offers users as much control over their data as possible.
One such company is D-ID which specializes in blocking facial recognition technologies. Yes, the same type of technology that allows you to unlock your smartphone in the blink of an eye (no pun intended) or help police identify criminals based on video footage.
Read more on Windows Report. Whether their claims will bear out remains to be seen/tested, of course.