CO bac anglais: selfies,  identity theft (with script)

CO bac anglais: selfies, identity theft (with script)


researchers in Japan are warning that
holding up a peace sign in digital photos could open you up to identity
theft Sarah Jones has this report millions of photographs are uploaded onto the
internet every day and for many people holding up a peace sign is their
signature pose but could holding up two fingers mean risking identity theft if a fingerprint is stolen if
they are able to copy that fingerprint fake ones can be produced one can use it
to assume another’s identity such as accessing a smartphone or breaking and
entering into a restricted area such as an apartment there isn’t any evidence to
suggest that hackers are already using photographs to steal fingerprints but
the scientists in Japan who say they were the first to use a commercial
camera to extract fingerprints say they have a solution we came up with a convenient and effective way in
combating it without relying on a sensor or a service this is called a biometric
jammer the biometric jammers are transparent stickers for your fingers
but they won’t be on the market for at least another two years until then peace
sign lovers might be best advised to wear gloves Sarah Jones
TRT world researchers in Japan are warning that
holding up a peace sign in digital photos could open you up to identity
theft Sarah Jones has this report millions of photographs are uploaded onto
the internet every day and for many people holding up a peace sign is their
signature pose but could holding up two fingers mean risking identity theft if a fingerprint is stolen if they
are able to copy that fingerprint fake ones can be produced one can use it to
assume another’s identity such as accessing a smartphone or breaking and entering into a
restricted area such as an apartment there isn’t any evidence to suggest that
hackers are already using photographs to steal fingerprints but the scientists in
Japan who say they were the first to use a commercial camera to extract
fingerprints say they have a solution we came up with a convenient and effective way in
combating it without relying on a sensor or a service this is called a biometric
jammer the biometric jammers are transparent stickers for your fingers
but they won’t be on the market for at another two years until then peace
sign lovers might be best advised to wear gloves Sarah Jones
TRT world researchers in Japan are warning that
holding up a peace sign in digital photos could open you up to identity
theft Sarah Jones has this report millions of photographs are uploaded onto
the internet every day and for many people holding up a peace sign is their
signature pose but could holding up two fingers mean risking identity theft if a fingerprint is stolen if
they are able to copy that fingerprint fake ones can be produced one can use it
to assume another identity such as accesing a smartphone or Breaking and
Entering into a restricted area such as an apartment there isn’t any
evidence to suggest that hackers are already using photographs to steal
fingerprints but the scientists in Japan who say they were the first to use a
commercial camera to extract fingerprints say they have a solution we came up with a convenient and effective
way in combating it without relying on a sensor or a service this is called a
biometric jammer the biometric jammers are transparent stickers for your
fingers but they won’t be on the market for at least another two years until
then peace sign lovers might be best advised to wear gloves illogical Sarah
Jones TRT world

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