This should prompt some privacy and security concerns, but probably not the ones you’re thinking. It’s not the TSA or the Deep State who are most likely to abuse it.
The depth and portability of current facial recognition authentication may be a new bridge into consumer app insecurity, like online banking apps and devices that hook up to the Internet of Things.
Basically, with a newer facial recognition method about to become an industry standard after Tuesday’s Apple event, identity theft could take on whole a new face. And, down the line, it’ll make identity theft yet another thing only those with disposable income can afford to stop.