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Jim Carrey Allegedly Says Apple's Face ID Will Lead To 'New World Order'

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Jim Carrey allegedly isn't a big fan of Apple's new Face ID program. The controversial technology has been the source of much discomfort for those want basic rights after Apple revealed just what it can do.

Actor Jim Carrey even warned Apple that he will never use their products again and he isn't alone. According to Your News Wire, Carrey said that Apple's new iPhone Face ID technology will be used by the global elite to "enslave humanity" and usher in a totalitarian New World Order. 

*Please note, that these allegations made my Your News Wire could not be verified.*

The Face ID technology could, however, be used by police to violate rights by unlocking a person's phone without their consent. But there's another more sinister use for the Apple's Face ID: easy mass spying.

But FaceID should create fear about another form of government surveillance too. And this one is a rights violation of every person on earth: mass scans to identify individuals based on face profiles. Law enforcement is rapidly increasing their use of facial recognition; one in two American adults are already enrolled in a law enforcement facial recognition network, and at least one in four police departments has the capability to run face recognition searches. This could make Apple the target for a new mass surveillance order. – SHTFPlan

Jim Carrey allegedly said at the Toronto Film Festival, "If George Orwell wrote 1984 today, it would have been about tech companies ruling over a totalitarian state instead of communists, the stores would be called "town squares" and the phones that you are forced to buy would read your face." Carrey was promoting the Netflix documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond.

But last weekend, Jim Carrey gave another prophetic interview which ruffled the feathers of at least few others in Hollywood. He first circled an E! News reporter a few times, before answering her questions with cheerfully blunt philosophical statements.  Carrey said, "There is no me," and "There are just things happening and there are clusters of tetrahedrons moving around together." Although that's an odd statement for an A-list Hollywood actor, Jim Carrey is known for his comedy.

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