After reading an article by Alexander Hanff I really wished I had never joined at all but that really doesn't matter because my internet filter is ultimately controlled by my friends and family. "Passive inclusion" is one reason I can't completely step out of the grasp of Facebook. With all of their photo tagging and facial recognition technologies if anyone I know tags me in a post I'm tangled in the web. My profile will snowball from there and I don't even need an internet connection to take part in all this. In 2013 the world is literally posting my life online for me.
Who cares right?
A facial recognition database with the potential to identify anyone and then match their likes and dislikes is capable of monopolizing the future. Global domination tends not to turn out so great. If you think the world is unfair now just imagine how its going to be when everyone has the ability to judge you by your face.
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