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ICYMI: Clearview AI, a facial recognition app w/a 3B+ image database, gives law enforcement access to people's names, where they live, what they do, & whom they know (w/out their consent).

They're being sued multiple times but regulation is needed. nytimes.com/2020/01/18/technol

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@DuckDuckGo It's ironic that a search engine, whois giving everyone access to people's names, where they live and what they do, is complaining about Clearview. Allowing law enforcement to search by images is a bit different, though Google/yandex do have publicly available reverse image searches.

What Clearview is doing is somewhat different but it's also very similar.

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