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A legal settlement filed in ACLU v. Clearview AI will prohibit Clearview from selling access to its facial recognition database to companies and private individuals.
Overpriced data collection devices on wheels.
Tesla Inc. disregards drivers’ biometric privacy …
Clearview AI told investors it would have 100 billion facial photos in its databases by the end of the year.
Sens. Christopher Coons and Mike Lee introduced a bipartisan bill Tuesday requiring law enforcement to obtain court orders to use facial recognition technology for surveillance.
Face recognition technology is being used to unlock phones, clear customs, identify immigrants and solve crimes.
A federal appeals court rejected Facebook’s call to undo a lawsuit that indicated the social media giant has been collecting and storing unauthorized biometric facial data of millions of users without their expressed consent.
Face recognition systems in public places are a matter for serious concern.
From cameras capable of reading faces and license plates to self-serve kiosks that take credit card payments, city officials are having to reconcile the balance between innovation and public privacy.
If you jaywalk, a CCTV camera will scan your face and flash it up on the huge screens for all to see.