The image at the link shown depicts capturing live-faces-in-the-wild (LFW), which are associated to a facial biometric False Match Rate (FMR) of 1/100~1/1000. This FMR applied to the US population would generate approximately 1 million false matches for each person/probe searched! This kind of surreptitious “biometric ID theft” is strictly the domain of Hollywood fantasy. The math is called the biometric birthday problem, which relates to how many people does it take when it is likely two have the same birthday? Ans=26. The biometric birthday problem is fundamental to the limited facial data and not a function of technology capability or maturity. How many people does it take before a LFW Doppelganger occurs? Ans=38. The image at the link is absolute fiction. Biometric privacy for personal apps remains secure.