Facebook is asking users to upload a selfie for login authentication

Facebook has started asking for clients transfer a selfie to confirm they are a genuine individual and not a bot. The mechanized photograph confirmation process, which checks if the photograph transferred is extraordinary, is being tried by Facebook on a little pool of clients.

” Please upload a photo of yourself that clearly shows your face,” the message peruses. Facebook says it will check the photograph and afterward “for all time erase it from our servers”.

‘At the point when our systems distinguish suspicious action, we may request the record proprietor to demonstrate she or he is a genuine individual’, a Facebook representative said.

‘One way we do this is to request that the record proprietor transfer a photo of himself or herself, which we’ll check and after that for all time erase from our servers.’

The representative said this helps get suspicious action at different purposes of association on the site, including making a record, sending Friend asks for, setting up advertisements installments, and making or altering promotions.