Episode 573 – Facebook Tweaks Facial Recognition Default Settings, Here’s How To Turn It Off

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Facebook rolled out a facial recognition feature to all users worldwide but tweaked it to not be enabled by default. This opt-out came from lawsuits and pressure from privacy groups around their recent failings. This episode talks about what the feature is and how to shut it off.

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