Shirts seek to foil Facebook's facial recognition

10/3/2013 | Wired.com

Designer Simone Niquille has come up with a line of "Glamoflage" T-shirts that are covered with patterns made from celebrities' faces. The shirts aren't particularly attractive, but are designed to confuse Facebook's face-detecting auto-tagging system: "They won't keep your face from being recognized, but they will offer distraction," Niquille says.

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