Daily Archives: January 10, 2017

There has been increasing press coverage pertaining to developments of anti-surveillance clothing and paraphernalia to counter the effectiveness of face recognition, such as this recent article in the Guardian:¬†Anti-surveillance clothing aims to hide wearers from facial recognition.     The real issue with regards to the continuous development of anti-surveillance paraphernalia and the ability of technology suppliers to circumvent it is not an issue of technology, but rather a social one. Advocates and opponents will continuously be leap-frogging each other with their ability to detect and to counter. What we should be focusing on is understanding the reason for dissent […]

The Rise of Anti-Surveillance Clothing