Whether you want to share sensitive protest footage without exposing the faces of the activists involved, or share the winning point in your 8-year-old’s basketball game without broadcasting the children’s faces to the world, our face blurring technology is a first step towards providing visual anonymity for video on YouTube.

Slate. YouTube Now Lets You Blur Faces in Videos. Will It Help Keep Human Rights Activists Safe?

Related: The Guardian and Witness.org released ObscuraCam earlier this year to accomplish much the same thing.

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