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Kids hack dad’s facial recognition lock in easiest way possible

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Hacking facial-recognition systems is so easy a kid could do it. 

One Irish politician found this out the hard way when he discovered the reason he kept finding his laptop battery drained. It turns out his kids were using his campaign flyers — prominently featuring a picture of his face — to bypass the facial-recognition lock on his computer. 

“So, I was wondering why the battery on my laptop was running down every time…

Kids hack dad’s facial recognition lock in easiest way possible

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Hacking facial-recognition systems is so easy a kid could do it. 

One Irish politician found this out the hard way when he discovered the reason he kept finding his laptop battery drained. It turns out his kids were using his campaign flyers — prominently featuring a picture of his face — to bypass the facial-recognition lock on his computer. 

“So, I was wondering why the battery on my laptop was running down every time…

Kids hack dad’s facial recognition lock in easiest way possible

TwitterFacebook

Hacking facial-recognition systems is so easy a kid could do it. 

One Irish politician found this out the hard way when he discovered the reason he kept finding his laptop battery drained. It turns out his kids were using his campaign flyers — prominently featuring a picture of his face — to bypass the facial-recognition lock on his computer. 

“So, I was wondering why the battery on my laptop was running down every time…

Kids hack dad’s facial recognition lock in easiest way possible

TwitterFacebook

Hacking facial-recognition systems is so easy a kid could do it. 

One Irish politician found this out the hard way when he discovered the reason he kept finding his laptop battery drained. It turns out his kids were using his campaign flyers — prominently featuring a picture of his face — to bypass the facial-recognition lock on his computer. 

“So, I was wondering why the battery on my laptop was running down every time…

Twitter ‘took over’ a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

At a time when tech giants have come under fire for failing to protect the private data of their users, Twitter took over one of its users’ accounts for fun and then tweeted jokes about reading the account’s private messages. The account, to be clear, was willingly volunteered for this prank by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who’s well-known in some Twitter circles for being among the first to spot new features on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

In fact,…

Twitter ‘took over’ a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

At a time when tech giants have come under fire for failing to protect the private data of their users, Twitter took over one of its users’ accounts for fun and then tweeted jokes about reading the account’s private messages. The account, to be clear, was willingly volunteered for this prank by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who’s well-known in some Twitter circles for being among the first to spot new features on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

In fact,…

Twitter ‘took over’ a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

At a time when tech giants have come under fire for failing to protect the private data of their users, Twitter took over one of its users’ accounts for fun and then tweeted jokes about reading the account’s private messages. The account, to be clear, was willingly volunteered for this prank by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who’s well-known in some Twitter circles for being among the first to spot new features on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

In fact,…

Twitter ‘took over’ a user’s account and joked about reading their DMs

At a time when tech giants have come under fire for failing to protect the private data of their users, Twitter took over one of its users’ accounts for fun and then tweeted jokes about reading the account’s private messages. The account, to be clear, was willingly volunteered for this prank by social media consultant Matt Navarra, who’s well-known in some Twitter circles for being among the first to spot new features on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

In fact,…

Celebrities react to the most hilariously thirsty fan tweets about them

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You know Mean Tweets? Well, this is sort of the opposite.

In the compilation above from The Graham Norton Show, the likes of Chris Pine and Matt Damon are confronted with a range of inventively thirsty tweets about them — from Pine’s full-frontal nude scene in Outlaw King to Matt Damon’s temporary ponytail (to which there were many, many creative responses).

It’s not all thirsty stuff, either — there are some reactions to meeting Taylor Swift, for instance, that are simply excitable…

Reporter used spit to fix hair and Twitter can’t handle it

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Pity the remote reporter who has no control when the feed goes live and catches him or her in a vulnerable moment.

This happened to NBC’s Matt Bradley who was broadcasting a live spot from Syria about the fight against ISIS. When the feed switched over, unbeknownst to Bradley, viewers got a full dose of the reporter using his spit to fix his hair.

Oh man, poor Bradley. Plenty of us have done something similar before in a moment of desperation but we weren’t caught doing it on national cable…