Why Apple's Face ID feature is a security "compromise

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September 16, 2017, 7:37 AM| Apple executives unveiled the iPhone X this week along with a new facial recognition feature called Face ID. The iPhone's newest security feature, which uses a 3D scan of the user's face to unlock the phone, is also raising questions about privacy and security. Senior writer for Wired magazine Andy Greenberg joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss whether the technology can be tricked and why using a six-digit passcode is more secure than anything else.

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