The Justice Fedora Hides Your Face From NSA's Security Platform

By: Malika Renee Butss - Mar 20, 2016
References: etsy & luxurylaunches
The NSA's security platform Trapwire was developed counter-terrorism technology that produces a homonymous predictive software system designed to find patterns indicative of terrorist attacks. However, with Trapwire's facial recognition technology many find their privacy has been invaded.

To combat the attack of average everyday faces being monitored by a computer miles away in the hub of the super power nation, Etsy seller Uvproductionhouse created the Justice Fedora. This anti-surveillance accessory uses LED lights on its brim to blind night-vision and low-light surveillance cameras.

By blocking consumers faces, the Justice Fedora challenges the NSA's security platform and prevents them from linking people’s faces to the NSA database, tying them into their phone records, tax returns, etc.