We have TV-inspired ideas of what facial recognition technology can do, but the reality is that it's far less useful than depicted on shows like "Homeland".
Facebook is turning facial recognition back on - so here's how to check your "photo tagging" settings
Facebook is turning its controversial facial recognition feature back on so that your "friends" can tag you more easily in photographs.
Now would be a good time to revisit your photo tagging security settings - here's how.
Facebook has introduced a new feature for iPhone, iPad and Android users which means you can automatically sync any photos you take on your mobile device with your Facebook account.
Here's what you should know before you enable the feature.
Facebook is dropping its controversial facial recognition feature, for European users at least, following a privacy backlash from users and regulators.
But it may not be long before it returns..
WikiLeaks says it is the victim of a massive DDoS. Is it because it leaked TrapWire's surveillance system that makes use of real-time facial profiling to search databases of red-flagged individuals?
A product called "PrivateEye" uses your computer's webcam to identity your face. While you're looking at the screen, PrivateEye's facial recognition software knows not to do anything - but as soon as you look away, the contents of your screen become an unintelligible blur.