Facial recognition software that blurs your sensitive data when you’re not looking at it


A product called “PrivateEye” uses your computer’s webcam to identity your face. While you’re looking at the screen, PrivateEye’s facial recognition software knows not to do anything - but as soon as you look away, the contents of your screen become an unintelligible blur.Read more in my article at Naked Security.

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