Clearview.ai was fined €20 Million for violating the GDPR. The company was ordered to halt data processing and delete all Greek data.
While other countries issued fines, Canadian privacy commissioners find themselves issuing strongly worded letters to Clearview AI.
Canada’s privacy commissioner has issued a strongly worded report saying that the RCMP violated privacy laws by using Clearview AI.
Things seemed to have quieted down with respect to Clearview AI. There might be a reason for that. The technology is being pushed in Australia.
With so much coverage happening over the Clearview AI, some artists are taking matters into their own hands and painting geometric shapes on their faces.
We’re getting a clearer picture of who uses Clearview AI. It seems that the ultra wealthy were using it for fun at so-called “parties”.
Hundreds of New York residents have signed a petition asking that the city ban facial recognition software. It was delivered to city council.
With all the controversy surrounding the company and software, the last thing Clearview AI needed is a major data breach with clients exposed.
With the controversy about police use of Clearview AI, some might wonder if this is the actions of a few officers or if it came
4 different privacy commissioners are now investigating the RCMPs use of the controversial Clearview AI software. This one asked RCMP to stop using it.