The FaceBook face tracking method...Could you be the next to be facially recognized and traced.

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posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 10:45 AM
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Have you noticed how FaceBook is now making you tag your pictures !!!??? Before you could point anywhere on the picture and just tag it to the persone that was on that picture or anyone else that you wanted to share it with, there was no pre suggested spot to tag on the picture. NOW...FaceBook is automatictly putting the square tag on the person or persons in the picture so that you can add their names to the picture!!!

Seems trivial enough, right? But think big picture here...Face recognition is a big thing and what is....Let's say the CIA, FBI or the department of Homeland security is in on this FaceBook "evolution...wouldn't it make it alot easier for them to aquire the information for their data banks....Without even having to ask you for your permission, remember FAceBook is a public domain and anything that you voluntaraly submit is up for grabs....

It's an easy way for the PTB to aquire more information on a person, isn't it ?? Imagine a powerfull computer that can scan any public closed caption camera, traffic camera, ATM and find you in an instant anywhere you are at !!!!

Makes me think that I will be on FaceBook tonight and untag every sigle one of my pictures....




posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 10:55 AM
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It's used to build facial recognition databases to use in drone strikes...duh! It also makes note of where pics are taken, where they were uploaded from ect. It helps to pinpoint anyone anywhere, narrow down the local turn a high res satellite in the general area, pick out your face, here comes the reapers, George O. didn't guess the half of it



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 10:56 AM
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Why not just delete your fb account?

They still use the face recognition wether your tagged or not...right?

Not sure, I deleted my account 2years ago. Was kinda sick of seeing what people were doing at every point of their day. Oh and finding out things about my family members that seemed like I should've been told voice to voice or face to face.
Anyway, just my thoughts. You may be on fb because of family and whatnot, but I say there are other ways to still be connected.
What do I know though, I live in the shadows of a dark abyss.

Peace and love
-nat the crazed cat-

Oh and the CIA may even be on this site as well, obtaining info one us 'crazies'



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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Many will love the idea of facial recognition for the many legitimate purposes it can be used for. But obviously this means your face will be seen everywhere they set up a point of observation.. definitely makes you think of a futuristic shopping mall with transparent lcd screens displaying avatars that call you by name as soon as they see you and human transaction never happens between two humans any more..

Lol everyone thinks star trek times would be cool and mimic the life in groups here, but it involves the base, the ship, the commander always knowing where you are. "Computer, locate winofiend." O.o

I think it's some sort of self destruct mechanism designed into our dna that we have not been able to figure out yet, for each generation after a certain point to become more and more reliant on things that can be taken away in an instant if the earth decides to see it so.

I see this sort of thing common in the future. the commodity will be sold and the buyer will embrace it till they can't function without it.

inevitable extinction or a massive reset.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:09 AM
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Well, my profile picture is a photo of Bobby Hill. So if I ever commit a crime I guess some short fat blonde kid with a crew cut is going to be wrongfully accused and arrested lol.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Let's face it...regardless if a person is a member of Facebook or not; everyone is on camera and has a screen shot somewhere; where they are being kept track of.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:41 AM
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My Mac does the face recognition thing in the photo album prog, thought is was pretty cool, never thought of it as a way of spying



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:44 AM
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Originally posted by caladonea
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Let's face it...regardless if a person is a member of Facebook or not; everyone is on camera and has a screen shot somewhere; where they are being kept track of.





It does not have to be that way... If you make a little effort you can make all photo's and information of you on the net disappear. DUH of coarse facebook uses biometrics. Facebook is a intelligence gathering site nothing more. The small minute details of what movies, books, tv shows, sports and friends you hang out with can reveal allot about your personality. Not to mention all the sites you go to are tracked by facebook cookie's, all your post on this site are probably logged into your facebook profile with out you knowing.
Dont justify using this #, its blatantly obvious, its a supper tool for control.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 11:53 AM
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All the information on my page is made up, I even use a false e-mail account.

Picture is a Wolf in Sheep's clothing.

I see this as a means to help older people tag their stuff, or people that don't know how to do that stuff. Not every aspect of the world is nefarious.

After all, no one is twisting any arms to make people have/keep facebook pages.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by JeffreyCH
It's used to build facial recognition databases to use in drone strikes...duh! It also makes note of where pics are taken, where they were uploaded from ect. It helps to pinpoint anyone anywhere, narrow down the local turn a high res satellite in the general area, pick out your face, here comes the reapers, George O. didn't guess the half of it


I thought this was obvious from the inception.
No one flags this? It's news too bad to use.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 12:15 PM
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Originally posted by MmmPie
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After all, no one is twisting any arms to make people have/keep facebook pages.


Does not being on Facebook make you suspicious?




I’ve heard both job seekers and employers wonder aloud about what it means if a job candidate doesn’t have a Facebook account. Does it mean they deactivated it because it was full of red flags? Are they hiding something? … It does seem that increasingly, it’s expected that everyone is on Facebook in some capacity, and that a negative assumption is starting to arise about those who reject the Big Blue Giant’s siren call.


Not so sure about that. Seems like some people would really like everyone to have a facebook page. It even mentions James Holmes and Anders Breivik and quotes a slashdot article that says: “Not having a Facebook account could be the first sign that you are a mass murderer.”
edit on 8-2-2013 by dug88 because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 01:11 PM
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Hi, non-FB fans.

We know that no one forces us to get in this superficial FB and similar stuff,
but just so you know:

Twitter Hacked; 250,000 User Accounts Potentially Compromised
allthingsd.com...

Farcebook scans conversations, chats and posts. . .
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Farcebook leaks its own code. . .
www.pcmag.com...

Farcebook security lapse leaves private photos exposed. . .
www.readwriteweb.com...

Farcebook, a black hole for personal info. . .
yro.slashdot.org.../02/12/1354255&from=rss

And if it ever happens to you, this is what farcebook sends to police
when they come asking for your information:
superchief.tv...

Blue skies.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 01:35 PM
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Or you can be completely absent on the web. At least your face. My face appears only once on the web, in a family photo when I was 6.
No one makes you put your face on the web. It's up to you to tell people who might to not include you.
And even though I am not paranoid, I still have all my webcam lenses covered with a piece of black tape......it's the rubber rule:
It is better to use it and not need it than to need it and not use it.



posted on Feb, 8 2013 @ 01:51 PM
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Originally posted by Infi8nity

Not to mention all the sites you go to are tracked by facebook cookie's, all your post on this site are probably logged into your facebook profile with out you knowing.


You very well may be right about the above...I personally do not belong to Facebook or any of the other social networks either; I never joined any of them.

I communicate the old fashioned ways...through telephone conversations and the written letter sent via the U.S. mail.





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