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The fashion line designed to trick surveillance cameras

Adversarial Fashion garments are covered in license plates, aimed at bamboozling a device’s databases
An Adversarial Fashion dress, modeled by its designer, Kate Rose. Photograph: Kate Rose

Automatic license plate readers, which use networked surveillance cameras and simple image recognition to track the movements of cars around a city, may have met their match, in the form of a T-shirt. Or a dress. Or a hoodie.

The at the cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas on Saturday by the hacker and fashion designer Kate Rose, who presented the inaugural collection

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