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What facial recognition steals from us

Security and privacy are becoming more important to many of us as social media and the internet have gripped society with the vice claw of personal data repositories. Now, not only can virtually anyone look up your address, phone number, list of fears, mother’s sister’s, first cousin’s, step-father’s, mother’s maiden name, but they can even see what you look like. Facial recognition has come a long way, and there are some real perils if the trend continues.

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Stop robocalls for good with Kim’s new eBook

Robocalls interrupt us constantly and scam Americans out of millions of dollars every year. Learn Kim's best tricks for stopping annoying robocalls in this handy guide.

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