Facial recognition is powered by a special sauce that few people really understand, but one thing is clear: It renders privacy a thing of the past. In her new book Your Face Belongs to Us, New York Times journalist Kashmir Hill explores the ramifications of the human face in cyberspace, and what it means for the future findability of humanity.
Check out the episode to find out more about the biometrics already available that can identify you, even if it only has a picture of your nose, and what you can do about it. (Spoiler: There is nothing you can do about it.) And then listen to the guys try to scare each other.
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