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The move to shutter Face.com's facial-recognition products comes less than a month after the social-networking giant announced its acquisition of the company.
Researcher works with companies to close hole that allowed anyone to hijack KLIK user's accounts on Facebook and Twitter.
Social network plans to continue to support the facial-recognition software company's developer community, though what it has planned for the service is unknown.
Deal for Israel-based facial-recognition technology company is said to be valued between $80 million and $100 million.
This means social photo tools around the Web can help you figure out who the people are in your photos, no matter where they're hosted.
Among its many recommendations is that companies should be transparent about collecting data and what the information is used for.
It's official -- Google's Motorola Mobility acquires the Ukrainian maker of facial recognition technology that automatically tags photos.
Google may use the Ukrainian firm's technology to add photo tagging across its services.
Germany has issued an ultimatum to Facebook over privacy violations. Law enforcement is interested in this sort of technology, as well. It's time for you to pay attention to what they're doing.
It's too soon to call it a comeback, but Facebook's stock is on a bit of a roll these days. Whether it lasts is anyone's guess; many recent tech IPOs remained volatile for months.