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Published 1 year ago with 3 Comments
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  • kxh (edited 1 year ago)

    Because thieves could knock you out and then unlock your phone with your unconscious face?

    • Appaloosa

      Thieves don't have to knock you out. There will be plenty of facial recognition systems in place. They just have to be hacked.

  • NinjaKlaus

    The real reason is that much like fingerprints the 5th Amendment does not currently cover it, meaning if you use touchID or FaceID you can be forced by an officer or court to unlock the phone so that the investigator can read through it. With a password, you can be compelled to give it up but you don't have to as it would be a 5th amendment violation, Although the catch with a password is that if you invoke the 5th and don't unlock it you could still go to prison for contempt of court until you do.

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