Privacy Advocates File Objection To Facial Recognition On Facebook

The complaint to the FTC, which was backed by US Senator Ed Markey from Massachusetts, urges the FTC to prevent Facebook from implementing the feature without the consent of its users.
"When it comes to users' privacy, Facebook's policy should be: 'Ask for permission, don't assume it. Rather than facial recognition, there should be a Facebook recognition that changing privacy settings without permission is wrong. I encourage the FTC to probe this issue and will continue to closely monitor this issue." Markey said in a statement,
Computer World reports.

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