In their own words, "D-ID offers a system that protects images from unauthorized, automated face recognition. Images are processed in a ground-breaking way that causes face recognition algorithms to fail to identify the subject in the image, while maintaining enough similarity to the original image for humans not to notice the difference.
This innovative solution facilitates risk-free usage of personal data and resolves privacy concerns of users."
Think about it: what happens if (lets be honest, when) a government database gets hacked? What happens with the present biometric data found, in say, passport photos? Should social media platforms be doing more to make it more difficult to reverse search images? For OSINT-ers, that wouldn't be optimal. But this needs to be part of the conversation. Check out their product at