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Facebook's DeepFace facial recognition technology has human-like accuracy

Facebook's DeepFace facial recognition technology has human-like accuracy

Facebook is going to allow you to blur your face in photos... once it's identified you.

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.

Want to disable Facebook facial recognition? Read this

Facebook and Apple to help draft facial recognition rules

Facebook's facial recognition feature comes with a privacy health warning.

Read this if you don't want Facebook to suggest your name to Facebook friends when they upload a photo of you.

Facebook changes privacy settings for millions of users - facial recognition is enabled


Do you want Facebook to know what you look like? Do you want Facebook to recommend to your friends that they should tag you in a photograph?

If not, it's time to change your privacy settings.

Automatic photo tagging: Facebook friendships get creepier


The latest new Facebook feature is automatic photo tagging.

So even people who aren't on Facebook, or who choose not to identify themselves openly in uploaded photos, are increasingly likely to end up easy-to-find online.