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How my face got stolen

11
Apr
2017
How my face got stolen

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Some time ago we tested FindFace, a service that compares photos with the database of avatars from the VK.com social network and looks for matches. Back then, my colleagues had some fascinating findings. I, to my dismay, made an unpleasant discovery.

I did not take part in the testing myself: I was quite busy with other stuff, and besides, I don’t have a VK.com profile. To be honest, I don’t have any other social network profiles, either — at least none with my real name and personal photos — I really don’t like all that stuff.

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