Wearing your heart on your sleeve

Are your emotions yours?

The Technology That Unmasks Your Hidden Emotions,” Wall Street Journal, January 29, 2015 B1.Computers that analyze your facial expressions to tell if you’re lying, or what disgusts you.

Is nothing private anymore?  Maybe not admissible in court, but could an prospective employer use it in a job interview?

Who owns this information?  Does the mere public display of your face constitute a license of your likeness or your emotions? What if it is collected during the course of your employer’s business?  Will your employer prohibit wearing a Guy Fawkes mask around the office to safeguard your thoughts?


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