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I think this world is nuts. What a concept this is. The start-up RedPepper. A Company with huge affiliation with FaceBook. Plans, and already has begun setting up cameras at places we shop, eat, hangout, etc and take our picture to tie into the facial recognition of Facebook to gather more considerably very private information so large corporate greed, can send you a friggin coupon or know every step you take and every place you go. Data is good and there are plenty of ways to capture it beside being photographed every place you go…Insane
Watch This ————–> http://money.cnn.com/video/technology/2012/08/15/t-facedeals.cnnmoney/
Facedeals uses cameras in stores to recognize your face and send you targeted deals using your Facebook profile.
Futuristic security schemes could kill passwords.
Whoa sounds kinda fishy or phishy lol