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Clearview AI's entire client list stolen in data breach

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The breach affected all of the facial recognition company's customers, many of which are law enforcement agencies.

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Clearview AI's entire client list stolen in data breach

The breach affected all of the facial recognition company's customers, many of which are law enforcement agencies.

Clearview AI's entire client list stolen in data breach

The breach affected all of the facial recognition company's customers, many of which are law enforcement agencies.

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