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Privacy glasses that let you go incognito in a world filled with facial recognition software

Glasses might be helpful for improved vision, but a new type are being tested that allow wearers to be invisible in unwanted photographs.

Invisibility Glasses by AVG, a software security company, were designed in a bid to help protect people's online identities in the digital age.

With the increased use of cell phone cameras in public, the glasses makes it difficult to capture a person's identity in facial recognition software, for example the kind used on Facebook.

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