New York artist Adam Harvey has teamed up with a fashion designer, Johanna Bloomfield, to create a line of clothing that offers protection against aerial drone surveillance. The article also mentions the artist’s past involvement in thwarting the security state by using make-up to defeat facial recognition software.
Of course, there are other ways to stave off facial recognition (at least in places where it hasn’t been prohibited):
I appreciate the message of Harvey and Bloomfield. The uncritical acceptance of the surveillance state amazes me. As long as the government doesn’t interrupt the next episode of Dancing with the Stars, the public really doesn’t seem to care what it does. The dominant attitude seems to be, if you haven’t done anything wrong, you should have nothing to hide.