Another consequence of surveillance cameras and smartphones is the ability to bio-metrically profile your facial image and then store it for sale and use to other third-party agencies like law enforcement and the NSA. And 48 or 50 states in the US have made this practice legal, for obvious reasons.
“Brian Norberg claims in his class action suit that although he’s not a Shutterfly user, a friend uploaded a picture of him to the service and tagged it with his name, which created a biometric profile of Norberg. Now the service recognizes him in other photos.”
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