china-toilet-revolution

Owe de Toilette

Fed up with the theft of toilet paper from public bathrooms, tourist authorities in China’s capital have begun using facial recognition technology to limit how much paper a person can take.  Jeff and Anthony discuss toilet paper usage, and determine if facial recognition is a bit of overkill in this case.

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