Judging by this hidden-away feature in the privacy settings of Facebook, we could be spending less time tagging people soon. Like with the facial-recognition feature in iPhoto, this technology is not always accurate, but if it cuts down on the time I have to spend using Facebook's awful upload system, then I'm fine with that. [Engadget]
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