While most people dread taking a driver’s license photo, a new New Jersey restriction can make it worse.
The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission is placing minor restrictions on smiles in order to ensure their new facial recognition software works properly.
When New Jersey resident Velvet McNeil was told she was not allowed to smile in her new license photo, she left the building in shock.
“Your picture means a lot,” McNeil said. “It’s who you are.”
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