Face masks to decoy T-shirts: The rise of anti-surveillance fashion

By Umberto Bacchi and Adela Suliman

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I just commented on this possibility last week. I didn't expect to read about products so soon, but I am glad they are coming out!

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I expect multiple Elvises will be spotted in Las Vegas

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The next evolutionary step of those gadawful white paper least this has a purpose other than "I did not have time to apply my "precious" makeup."

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Sorry - the Chinese have got that covered, they also look at your Gait... and can identify people by the way they walk.

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true, also ears are enough for AI to recognise someone nowadays. It isn't a good time for anarchy and against-state activism.

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