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Clearview AI pulls its facial recognition tech following OPC investigation

Briefs | 07/06/2020 5:27 pm EDT
Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien appears before the Senate defence committee on Dec. 4, 2017./ Hill Times file photo by Andrew Meade.

Just over four months after the Office of the Privacy Commissioner announced it was investigating facial recognition technology offered by Clearview AI, the company has told the privacy watchdog it will no longer offer the technology in Canada. 

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