Technology makes it easy to share and tag images of your face online, but recent lawsuits argue that companies violate your privacy by doing so without your consent.
Technology makes it easy to share and tag images of your face online, but recent lawsuits argue that companies violate your privacy by doing so without your consent. Handout Courtesy Fotolia
Technology makes it easy to share and tag images of your face online, but recent lawsuits argue that companies violate your privacy by doing so without your consent. Handout Courtesy Fotolia

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