Facebook introduces face recognition, but needs to be activated by account users
Facebook is now launching its newest offering for its users: the face recognition features. But according to the social media giant, account users need to activate the functionality as it will be set off by default.
New account users and old users of Facebook who ignore notifications about the new settings will need to turn it on by choice. According to Facebook's announcement, users who still do not have the new feature will receive a notice in their news feed about the face recognition setup. This setup gives the option of whether to keep it the function of or to turn it on.
The new function will help users track their photos posted or uploaded on Facebook with or without them getting tagged in a photo. It also comes with a “tag suggestions” feature to suggest users tag specific friends in pictures uploaded to the site.
Facebook’s new features will help users identify fake accounts using their photos as profile pictures without their permission.
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