NPR the two-way: Facebook Expands Use Of Facial Recognition To ID Users In Photos.
“Facebook is expanding its use of facial recognition software to alert users when photos of them are posted on the platform — whether or not they are tagged in the photo.
By default, Facebook users in the U.S. will be signed up for these face recognition alerts, unless they have previously opted out of a similar, more limited feature. But users can turn off face recognition, Facebook says.
Additionally, the company says it will roll out new tools to alert users if someone else may be impersonating them with a misleading profile photo.”