“If we have to have a battle of the billionaires, I’m picking Mike Bloomberg 100%.”
”The report is absurd on many levels and further demonstrates that Clearview simply does not understand the harms of its technology in law enforcement hands.”
Clearview AI Wants To Sell Its Facial Recognition Software To Authoritarian Regimes Around The World
Facebook confirmed to BuzzFeed News that it has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Clearview AI, asking the company to stop using information from Facebook and Instagram.
Clearview AI Once Told Cops To “Run Wild” With Its Facial Recognition Tool. It's Now Facing Legal Challenges.
One of Clearview AI's investors defended the company, “We do not have to be hidden to be free.”
Clearview AI Says Its Facial Recognition Software Identified A Terrorism Suspect. The Cops Say That's Not True.
Clearview AI has built a database of billions of photos that it says can reveal just about anyone's true identity. But there are troubling questions about its past.
"Our policy is to ban ads containing vaccine misinformation."
The complaint, filed Dec. 26, seeks a class-action against the home surveillance company owned by Amazon.
“This gives a potential attacker access to view cameras in somebody’s home — that’s a real serious potential invasion of privacy right there.”
Democratic Senators Are Demanding An Investigation Into The Use Of Facial Recognition In Public Housing
Lawmakers are demanding HUD Secretary Ben Carson investigate the use of facial recognition technology in public housing.
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The assistant police chief of Chandler, Arizona, briefed colleagues in April on “leveraging consumer surveillance systems.”
You may be searching for your school, but you'll see photos of potatoes, erotic fan art, and even ALF.
The home surveillance company owned by Amazon bragged on Instagram about taping millions of kids going door to door.
How to be a private public person as you’re figuring out how to be an adult.
Gaggle monitors the work and communications of almost 5 million students in the US, and schools are paying big money for its services. Hundreds of company documents unveil a sprawling surveillance industrial complex that targets kids who can’t opt out.