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“Clearview violates that right to a massive degree,” said Rebecca Glenberg, senior supervising attorney at the ACLU of Illinois. “It essentially creates a face template, which is a biometric identifier, for every person whose image is publicly available on the internet — whether they posted it themselves, someone else posted it. Whether they even know it’s there, Clearview scoops up all of that information.”

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has just published a patent application for ‘Adaptive positioning of drones for enhanced face recognition’ filed by AnyVision. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

Since lawsuits were filed against Clearview AI, the company contacted the Macon County Sheriff’s Department “and…

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