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If every decent software engineer knows that faces and fingerprints cannot be passwords because they're neither secret nor can you change them, then why does Apple, which is supposed to be a top-notch tech company, release features like that

Richard J. Anderson āœ… šŸ„” @sanspoint

@Gargron For consumers, good security is a huge pain in the ass for them. Better to have something less truly secure, but easier for them, while still having as much protection on it as possible to prevent abuse. (See also the new Cop Mode thing i mentioned in the previous toot.)

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