Facebook authentication system will change in the near future. With about 2.5 billion active users, the social media giant knows that there are a large number of fraudulent accounts and that it bothers people.
Mark Zuckerberg and his team, who developed a new authentication method in this context, will ask you for a video with your face. Your face will have to be taken from different angles.
Jane Manchun Wong, known for leaking the features of the most popular applications before anyone else, shared a GIF in her Twitter account. Famous for his accurate findings, Wong was not mistaken this time.
Developing a new interface, Facebook will use a photo circle to register your face. This photo room will record your face from various angles. During the recording process, you should move your head in the direction given to you.
Circular verification similar to the face recognition system you use to unlock your smartphone will be used to detect accounts created by internet bots.
Saying that he did not use his new project to collect data, Facebook denied the allegations that he uses face recognition technology. Some users were uncomfortable with this new project.
This software, which checks if there is a face in the authentication phase, will not keep the information it receives. In addition, Facebook has already guaranteed this. What are you thinking?