Clearview AI clears the final hurdle in its quest to undermine US democracy

The ACLU and Clearview AI, a controversial facial recognition company, reached a legal settlement earlier this week that’s been hailed as a huge win by both parties. The big story here is that Clearview AI can no longer sell its databases to third party companies — but that’s not exactly news. Up front: The suit was filed in 2020 by the ACLU. It alleged that Clearview AI had failed to comply with the Illinois biometric information privacy act (BIPA). As Tech Crunch’s Taylor Hatmaker recently wrote: According to the terms of the Clearview settlement, which is still in the process…

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