On the one hand you’ll supposedly fool the facial recognition software you can’t see. On the other, everybody you can see will stare at you.
- A writer for The Atlantic tested out an "NSA-proof" makeup design called "CV dazzle" in public to see whether it worked and the kinds of reactions he got.
- Nothing sells like fear, and there are a whole lot of personal privacy products now jockeying for attention after a year of Greenwald/Snowden's NSA surveillance hype.
For the last year or so, Republican Rep. Darrell Issa, the chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee has selectively leaked transcripts, evidence and more in order to obscure just how fruitless his investigations into the IRS and Benghazi have been. Time and time again, Issa ends up with egg on his face as… Read More