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Privacy commissioners to investigate Clearview AI

Briefs | 02/21/2020 3:14 pm EST

An investigation into Clearview AI has been launched by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, as well as three provincial privacy commissioners, due to growing concerns about the use of controversial facial recognition technology.

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