Facebook plans to shut down its facial recognition system, which automatically identifies users in photos and videos, in December. The company made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon, citing growing social concerns about the use of the technology. The decision is expected to delete the facial data of more than a billion people. Privacy advocates and digital rights organizations welcomed the announcement.
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