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Several Facebook users worldwide, also here in Norway, has in recent days found that facial recognition feature is turned on automatically, without users have been notified. That can be problematic, writes IT security company Sophos . It's still up to your friends if they want to tag photos of you, but Facebook's Face Detection feature that is now urge your friends to do it. Also read: Therefore, you fear of Facebook Facebook gives no right to pre-approve these tags, instead of pushing responsibility on to you if you want to remove a tag from a photo after tagging has taken place. The new tag feature is not very different from before. Friends have long been able to tag you and you have had "off-tag" up manually, the difference is that the process is now semi-automatic. Dive Full or embarrassed pose? If any of your friends to upload a host images that you may be precipitous full or are in an unattractive pose, it is deleted not you think it is noble that Facebook detects your face and automatically suggest to your friends to tag you your name on the picture.
Originally posted by Shawny2222
Maybe this explaines why my friend got mad at one of her Facebook friends. She thought he kept tagging her in photos and she kept untagging herself. She finally said something to him and he swears he wasn't tagging them.
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