Teens, Fight for the Future Sell “Invisiclip” to Counter “Menace of Facial Recognition” TOPICS: Biometrics Brett Wilkins Facial Recognition Innovation Privacy Solutions Surveillance
Let's face it. Facial recognition is a problem. Join two young tech activists aiming to use the democratizing power of technology to reclaim personal liberties.
The Invisiclip is available today through Fight for the Future, a leading tech activism collective.
The Invisiclip is a universal clip-on flip-up piece that can attach to any pair of glasses or sunglasses. It covers your nose to help reduce the threat of facial recognition. The minimally invasive design is effective against both Infrared and Visible light facial recognition technologies.
By Brett Wilkins
In a bid to make anti-facial recognition technology “more discrete, more affordable, and more effective than any previous solution,” two self-described “high school scientists” have partnered with the digital rights group Fight for the Future to develop and market the Invisiclip, a small clip-on device that can easily attach to any pair of glasses or sunglasses. - Read The Full Article HERE
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