Google+ rolling out facial recognition featureDecember 9, 2011 Enlarge
The sign-in page of social networking site Google+ is seen in Washington in August 2011. Google is rolling out a feature that lets members of its online social network automatically find themselves in photos posted by friends.
Google is rolling out a feature that lets members of its online social network automatically find themselves in photos posted by friends.
The "Find My Face" feature being added to Google+ over the next several days is opt-in only, meaning people have to make a point to turn it on.
By leaving it to Google+ members to activate the feature, the Internet giant was sidestepping privacy concerns raised when social networking rival Facebook added facial recognition in an opt-out style this year.
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