Monthly Archives: July 2016

Tying it all together

Giggle that it’s used to target porn actresses, but facial recognition is a big threat to privacy in the coming future: I blogged in 2011 how when it reached the point where it can tie together social networks and websites (plus content, … Continue reading

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*This* is the future of wearables – the Fitbit plastic wristbands and other variants are merely temporary in between steps to discreet, personal stickers. No larger than a postage stamp and as thin as a human hair, these devices consist … Continue reading

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