Via The New Inquiry :
"We’ve devised an algorithm that has culled the faces from 130 executives at leading biometric corporations around the world and transformed them into masks for you to print out and wear. Since they’ve chosen to profit by face-snatching the rest of us, we figured that we would resist by doing the same in reverse. The difference is that by not matching their names to their faces, we’ve chosen to grant these executives the very thing their industry denies to us: anonymity.
"This isn’t to say that donning one of these masks isn’t without risk. Aiding the growing use of biometric technology is the increasing criminalization of disguise at political demonstrations: Prosecutors in the cases against inauguration day protesters in Washington, DC, are using the alleged facts that people wore masks and matching black clothing as evidence of criminal intent. Several states either have or are actively attempting to pass laws against masks."
Those last couple sentences: NOT_LOL