I'll get it in first
All your faces are belong to us
Less than a month after it was acquired by Facebook, face-recognition startup Face.com is shutting down its developer APIs and killing off its iOS app, in a dramatic about-face from earlier statements by its founder. As of July 9, a notice on the Face.com homepage reads, "Face.com has been acquired by Facebook, and as part of …
Just leave it a couple of years until there are large numbers of real businesses who are dependent on this sort of service through other "cloud" providers who integrate third party services.
Then we'll see some proper enterprise complaining when key services disappear or become useless because evil globo-corp (or worse, Murdoch) has bought them and shut off all the cheap and free access. I'm sure none of the outsourcing will be reversed but there will be lots of angry complaining and Barclays grade denial from CIOs that any of it was their fault...
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