• Hong Kong protesters pointing lasers at Chinese
riot police to prevent the use of facial recognition
technology.
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    • Physical cyberwarfare
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    • Christ whose using a blue laser diode for that. Hello retinal scarring.
      CyberHex 31 jul
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    • I genuinely hope that those protestors succeed. Fuck their government
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    • Can we just acknowledge how fucked the Chinese government is like every week we hear about the Hong Kong protest but like the Chinese government literally has a social credit system where you can be denied jobs because you don’t like the government
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    • It’s true. I was in Shanghai and a Chinese tailor making me a suit said she’s had friends be taken away after protests and were recognized by facial recognition. Also when they realize you’re an American visiting they hack your phone Incase you’re former US military and try to steal any tech info.
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    • Sounds like nothing will be happening in China soon
      Darcy 2 aug
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    • I really hope it turns well for them. Fuck the Chinese government.
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    • Computer facial recognition scan results be like 2500000 matches of that face.
      Rogue152 1 aug
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    • If you ever want to see Hong Kong, do it soon! The Chinese government is trying to make it like mainland china. What your seeing is people's freedom being takin away.
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    • -Implying that Chinese faces can be told apart.
      Mishiro 1 aug
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    • How tf they gonna use facial recognition when they all have the same goddamn face
      CatIsSad 1 aug
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    • Good on them. I hope their protests become something that helps change China. I doubt it though sadly
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    • China literally has dystopian face scanning technology along with a social rating that takes privileges if they j walk or something like that. It's a black mirror episode over there
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    • But they're Asian who's gonna recognize them?
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    • Facial recognition doesn't work in China
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    • If you scanned one person, itd bring up the entire population of Hong Kong
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    • Seems like we're gonna have another 'Nothing' situation on our hands again
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    • Tiananmen Square 2: The Squeakquel
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    • Governments who implement facial recognition technology don't care about their people. They only want anyone who wants to be free to be silenced.
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    • Their facial recognition must be out of this world considering they all look the same
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    • for those who somehow don’t know, china has a ranking system for their citizens. remember those charts in kindergarten where red meant bad behavior and green meant good? china has every corner of the large cities covered with facial recognition cameras. say, you jaywalk: two points off from Chong
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    • China really on some 1984 shit
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    • The real joke is thinking there is facial recognition good enough to tell Asians apart
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    • But all these noons look the same.
      kubarkd 2 aug
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    • Why would you have to worry about facial recognition when all Asians look the same?
      LosDog75 2 aug
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    • Facial recognition. In Asia. Is there even a point
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    • Facial recognition? They all look the same
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    • You go Hong Kong! Don’t let those totalitarian pricks shut you down!
      Bergle 1 aug
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    • Lol they're just asking for another event that never happened in tiemenien square
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    • How is facial recognition gonna work in China. They all look the same
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    • *uses facial recognition technology* *half a billion matches*
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    • Facial recognition must be amazing there if it works in a country where everyone is the same damn person.
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    • Oh no bro, you posted content that doesn't align with the party's ideals. You're going to lose social credit!
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    • I mean their faces all look the same anyway
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    • Smart considering China is one of the few countries that just disappears people on a whim.
      Zenith12 4 aug
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    • Modern problems require modern solutions
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    • Facial recognition on asians. Hahah good luck.
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    • Why would they bother when they all look the same??
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    • I thought Chinese people were naturally immune to Facial Recognition...
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    • How tf are you gonna use facial recognition software on Chinese people
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    • Facial recognition wouldn't work anyway because all Chinese people look the same lmao
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    • I think a Highly underrated issue is that dystopian shit is already here in China like facial recognition that can get your whole family blacklisted it’s only a matter of time before they try that over West
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    • Good for them. They’ve been oppressed for so long I hope they get the positive change they’re looking for.
      rikkk 1 aug
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    • Pray for the people in Hong Kong. They are about to fall to an authoritarian communist government that will truly take their rights away.
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    • Facial recognition is useless in china anyways, we all look the same
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    • China is a dictatorship. Change my mind
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    • It warms me to know that there are people like this ready to fight for their freedom... BUT IT SICKENS ME THAT THE UN ISN'T DOING SHIT! They're too busy whining about Trump's tweets
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    • Every positive facial scan
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    • And the left wants control like china. Keep that in mind
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    • Their protestors are smarter than our protestors
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    • Wait... They actually have facial recognition? Like... Theres something that can actually tell the difference between them?
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    • No way facial recognition works in Asia
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    • It’s Hong Kong face recognition won’t work anyways
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    • The facial recognition would just pull up someone named Ching Chong though
      psimmo 5 aug
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    • we live in a society
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    • Don’t worry if you face scan one you face scan them all
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    • Whoever invented facial recognition in China must make Einstein look like a slobbering retard
      Nollauh 3 aug
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    • I am all for protesting the government. Good job Hong Kong
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    • We should use this tactic at the Area 51 raid
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    • All they need is one face and the whole country is fucked
      JNCNATE 2 aug
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    • Ah yes. People rising against a communist regime Beautiful
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    • Hey. Remember tianenmen square and what didn’t happen there? Whatever didn’t happen there could not happen in Hong Kong too.
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    • Or you know...a mask
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    • Facial recognition technology be like: 10,000,000 possible matches
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    • Hong Kong protesters are on another level... Some of the stuff they do is genius and far more coordinated than the majority of other protests
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    • As an american, my heart hurts for them. My government has its issues but the Chinese government seems to be wholly against its own people or their individual freedoms
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    • Fuck yeah, Hong Kong! Hopefully they’re able to completely dissociate from China
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    • When you’re playing bf4 and the whole server has laser sights
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    • This is what a big government gets you, kids. Now, you sure you wanna hit democrat on that ballot?
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    • *facial recognizes one face* *every asian is arrested*
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    • The fall of communism is glorious
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    • good. fuck communism
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    • Ok but they're asian, do they really need it
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    • It’s Hong Kong though... Like... they all look the same...
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    • Can someone pleassseee put music over this and speed it up so it looks like a dance party
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    • They dont sell masks in China? No one had an extra shirt? Not even a bag with two eye holes? Lasers? Yep, bring your laser.
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    • Doesn’t it feel great to mention Tianemen Square 1989, June 4th without any ramifications or consequences? China is not a free society.
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    • Just wear a mask smh
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    • Like you could use facial recognition with Asians.
      Ayavei 1 aug
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    • oh it'll prevent facial recognition. but not in the way they expected. how do you say "My eyes" in Chinese.
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    • The fact they invented facial recognition software that can distinguish between chinamen is incredible
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    • Tiananmen Square part 2???
      Sissoko 1 aug
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    • Asian people facial recognition is like that scene from the LEGO movie where they are trying to hunt down emmet but his face is so generic it matches every other face in their data base
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    • Chineses are fighting for their freedom here we fight against manspreading
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    • How tf does facial recognition work on Asians?
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    • Fuck that shit government they are trying to make people turn on each other give them social levels. Wtf the people there aren’t bad the government is a monster
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    • enjOyit 1 aug
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    • Good fuck China's government I hope the people topple it.
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    • America: Protests over a president who posts mean tweets about his political opponents. China: Protests over facial recognition software that can punish you for the smallest infractions, implemented by an authoritarian government
      Okurok99 1 aug
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    • They all look the same why would they need to stop facial recognition
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    • You see this libs? These people are fighting actual injustice and even though they are oppressed their first response isn’t to completely destroy the town and steal from each other
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    • Another event where nothing happened
      cortana 1 aug
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    • They could still run in and beat the shit out of them and then try and use the facial recognition
      Tornado5d 31 jul
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    • We could save the planet if we nuked the entirety of Asia
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    • That awkward moment when Chinese protesters are fighting harder for liberty than American citizens
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    • I will admit that is clever... but wear a fucking face mask!
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    • Im sitting here in my room safe and calm while china is currently having a war against robots
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    • Why? They all look alike anyway
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