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With selfie security, a password that's in your face

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Companies are requiring selfies that are different from the ones you might see on Facebook. After finding the right angle, consumers are asked to move around to confirm the camera is capturing a live person and not a photo.

Washington

THE selfie is about to get serious.

Already ubiquitous at parties and for capturing Instagram-worthy landscapes, the act of raising a phone to your face and finding the perfect photo angle could take on a whole new role in people's finances. Some banks, tax agencies and