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Backpedaling among public backlash, the IRS won’t require citizens to use facial recognition for taxes, The New York Times reported.
As if the thought of someone hiding a tracking device on you wasn’t bad enough already, now we have to worry about silent AirTags.
Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) have reintroduced their EARN It Act. The bill aims to reform Section 230.
The Mozilla VPN for desktop and mobile has been recently updated with a couple of new features. Multi-Account Containers and multiple hops.
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CEO Blake Hall this week said that the company also used one-to-many technology, which compares selfies taken by users as part of the verification process against a larger database. The company said it maintained an internal database of selfies taken by users and compared new selfies against it using Amazon’s controversial Rekognition technology. As of January 25, 20.9 million users’ selfies had been verified against that database, the company said.