If you're one of those people who are worried that everywhere you go, cameras are recording your face and passing the video through software to identify you and track you, there is good news to be had. Especially if you are an Insane Clown Posse fan.
The patterns found in juggalo face paint, such as those of Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J of ICP, tricks facial recognition software into thinking a person's jawline is somewhere other that it really is, making it difficult to recognize the real face underneath.
Apparently the dude who discovered the trick tried the same thing on other type of face paint like the kind Alice Cooper, the members of KISS and black metal artists use. They weren't good enough to trick the recognition software so you'll need to be a juggalo for it to work.