Napolitano, an RPI Advisory Board member, elaborates:
It shows you the extent to which the government blatantly violates the Constitution and cares nothing for the harm that something like this can cause….Watch the short interview here:
What they do is they take these pictures and they pixilate them so they can turn the picture into a digital product which they can then use to match against other photographs of the same person. Bottom line: There seems to be no depth to which they will not sink in violating our privacy.
This newly revealed photo snooping project is part of the larger endeavor of the US government, along with state and local governments, to use the mass collection of digital images combined with facial recognition software to track everyone’s daily activities.