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Clearview AI’s law enforcement client data stolen in massive breach

On Feb 26, 2020
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Clearview AI, the dubious startup that’s cozied up to the US law enforcement community with its facial recognition software, has managed to crap the metaphorical bed by allowing an intruder to exploit a security flaw and make off with its entire client list. Clearview says it works ...

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Clearview AI’s law enforcement client data stolen in massive breach

Clearview AI, the dubious startup that’s cozied up to the US law enforcement community with its facial recognition software, has managed to crap the metaphorical bed by allowing an intruder ...

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