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Accessorize to a Crime: Real and Stealthy Attacks on State-of-the-Art Face Recog...
Using tweaked glasses which present some fake facial features due to overlay on the thick frame, it might be possible to adversarially fool face recognition systems (potential "I am Sparticus" effect) but the researchers cheated a bit and did the overlay glasses on an existing picture, rather than live humans wearing real defensive glasses.
adversarial  privacy  protection  defense  anonymity  face  recognition  glasses  overlay  attack  exploit  security  research  image  Delicious 
november 2016 by asteroza
TagMeNot privacy: no face recognition, don't tag, blur my face.
Needs some critical mass of users to get the necessary uptake, but conceptually this isn't a bad idea. There is the issue of the marker code being legible enough for OCR/QRcode detection software to detect. This puts a limit on the data payload/complexity of the tag, since if viewed from far away, the QRcode wouldn't be decodable, despite detecting that a QRcode of some kind is present.
QRcode  privacy  marker  image  tag  identity  opt-out  face  recognition  security  mark  sign  protection  defense  TagMeNot  Delicious 
june 2011 by asteroza

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