We already know that technology has its pros and cons—it’s really cool that we can talk to someone who’s on the other side of the planet but at the same time, how creepy is it that a hacker can turn your laptop camera on without you knowing?

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The latest eyebrow-raising thing to occur in tech is a Twitter user’s discovery of the “brassiere” folder in our iPhones:

Women all over the world—including Chrissy Teigen—have responded to the tweet, each with similar results. Most of the results include photos of lingerie, bikinis, and bare skin.

In 2016, Apple added an image recognition feature to its software when it releases iOS 10. This feature lets your Photos app detect specific objects in your pictures. “Brassiere” is just one of 4,432 keywords included in the list that came with the iOS 10 update. See the full list here.

Source: The Verge

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