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Researchers Claim They Can Use Face Recognition To Accurately Identify Someone's Sexuality 

Shutterstock/Sam Woolley Privacy experts have sounded alarms on face recognition for years. Originally, there were concerns that walking into airports and in public parks meant you were scanned and matched to secret criminal databases. Those fears have since evolved, and now face recognition is a bedrock of predictive technology. Soon, your chances of becoming a terrorist or developing a rare disease could be determined from your face.
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