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  • Parents reunite with son kidnapped 30 years ago, thanks to facial recognition technology

    Mao Yin's biological parents spent 30 years helping other families reunite with their missing children before finding finding their own son.

    Global News
  • How to find out which facial recognition databases you may be in

    APPhoto/Mike Derer The Electronic Frontier Foundation has partnered with Georgetown Law's Center on Privacy & Technology on a project to determine the likelihood that your photos have been culled for use by facial-recognition databases. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Call me paranoid privacy conscious, but I don't relish the thought of being present in too many government databases. This is especially so given the exorbitant levels of nation-state cyber activity and...

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  • Hungary Bans Legal Recognition of Transgender People

    Hungary’s nationalist government has banned the legal recognition of transgender citizens, asserting that “the complete change of the biological sex is not possible.” The Guardian reports: “The new law defines [