Paul Kenyon tells the story of the country’s failing popular uprising, revealing the regime’s alleged war crimes and uncovering how the Libyan military fired on seemingly unarmed protesters. He also tracks down the man accused of ordering the shooting – Colonel’s Gaddafi’s son Saadi. There is also criticism of an associated identity verification system to access the voice chat feature, which requires users to submit a photo of themselves and a government-issued ID to prove they are 13 years of age or older. It enables gaming platforms such as Roblox to identify Fake vs Real IDs as uploaded by their subscribers. The platform is mulling Jumio; an identification program which is based on facial recognition of a person.
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