Here’s the File Clearview AI Has Been Keeping on Me, and Probably on You Too
We used the California Consumer Privacy Act to see what information the controversial facial recognition company has collected on me. What goes unsaid here is that Clearview claims to do these things by building an extremely large database of photos of ordinary U.S. citizens, who are not accused of any wrongdoing, and making that database searchable for the thousands of clients to whom it has already sold the technology. I am in that database, and you probably are too.
If you live in California, under the rules of the newly enacted California Consumer Privacy Act, you can see what Clearview has gathered on you, and request that they stop it.