Shock At Paedophiles Dream: Company’s imminent Release Of Facial Recognition App Which Reveals Facebook Profiles From Photographs Angers Campaigner.
An app which has the capability of revealing a persons Facebook account within ten seconds, just from taking a photograph of them is due to be released on iOS, on March, 21, 2017.
Anti-paedophile campaigners have spoken out angrily against the forthcoming release of the app called FaceZam after fears it may be exploited by child sex predators who can easily obtain a child’s information by taking a photograph.
FaceZam has been tested on over 10000 images and has a high success rate of 70%.
Concerns were raised by Enchanted Lifepath Tv Alternative News & Media, a Liverpool based independent news outlet, currently running an awareness campaign centred around a horrific, yet fairly unknown (to the public) paedophile pride day, known as Alice day, which has taken place annually on April 25, since the early 1990’s.
The director of Enchanted LifePath TV said: “It is astonishing to think after all I have done this year giving tips to parents and companies to raise awareness of the dangers around our children in the coming weeks, we are now faced with a huge new privacy threat which will be used by these monsters.
“Information on the paedophile database tells us the tactics paedophiles will use not only on Alice day, but all year round, this application rings alarm bells against all the signs and tactics predators use to groom and find childrens details.
“This puts it on a plate for them, they can even make financial gain by forwarding information on to other members of paedophile rings, this app must be stopped.
“The message is clear, no FaceZam for paedophiles”.
Its launch could be delayed by Facebook, which said FaceZam violates its privacy policies.
“This activity violates our terms and we’re reaching out to the developer to ensure they bring their app into compliance,” said Facebook
FaceZam disagreed that the app violates Facebook’s terms. “We’ve looked into this, and are confident the app won’t be violating Facebook’s terms,” said Jack Kenyon, founder of Facezam.
Kenyon said earlier: “FaceZam could be the end of our anonymous societies.
“Users will be able to identify anyone within a matter of seconds, which means privacy will no longer exist in public society”.