"Face Recognition” is also very helpful for the visually impaired people as it tells them who is in their photos. Using screen readers, they will easily get to know who appears in photos in their News Feed even if they aren't tagged. Anyway, you don't want to use this feature anymore? Let's disable it!
How to Disable Facebook's Face Recognition Feature on iPhone, iPad, Android, and Computer
Turn Off Facebook Face Recognition on iPhone and iPad
Note: Currently, Facebook's face recognition feature is not available in Canada and the EU.
Step #1. Launch the Facebook app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, tap on the menu button at the bottom right corner → Scroll down and tap on Settings.
Step #3. Select Account Settings.
Step #4. Next up, tap on Face Recognition.
Step #5. Tap on Do you want Facebook to be able to recognize you in photos and videos?
Step #6. Finally, you need to select “No” to prevent the social app from recognizing you in the photos.
The process is just as easy on Android devices. Keep reading…
Disable Face Recognition on Facebook on Android
Step #1. Open Facebook on your Android device and then tap on the menu button in the top right corner.
Step #2. Now, scroll down to Help & Settings section and select Account Settings.
Step #3. Next, tap on Face Recognition Settings.
Step #4. Next up, tap on “Do you want Facebook to be able to recognize you in photos and videos?”
Step #5. In the select “No.”
You can turn off Photo Review from your computer as well. Steps are quite similar on the web…
Disable Face Recognition on Facebook on Computer
Step #1. Open any web browser and head over to facebook.com on your computer.
Step #2. Now, sign in to your account, if you aren't already. Then, click on the tiny downward arrow in the top right corner and select Settings.
Step #3. Next, click Face Recognition located on the left sidebar.
Step #4. Next, click on Edit.
Step #5. Select No. Then click on Close.
That's pretty much it!
If you ever want to go back, follow the same steps mentioned above and turn on the feature in the end.