Clearview AI ordered to delete facial recognition data belonging to UK residents
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Clearview AI ordered to delete facial recognition data belonging to UK residents

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Controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI has been ordered to delete all data belonging to UK residents by the country’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The ICO also fined Clearview £7.5 million ($9.4 million) for failing to follow the UK’s data protection laws.

It’s the fourth time Clearview has been ordered to delete national data in this way, following similar orders and fines issued in Australia, France, and Italy.

Clearview claims to have scraped 20 billion images from sources like Facebook and Instagram

Clearview claims its facial recognition database contains some 20 billion images scraped from public sources like Facebook and Instagram. It previously sold its software to an array of…

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