AI Database Has Amassed 3 Billion Photos, and Requires Your Government ID to “Opt Out”

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Clearview AI–which is used by law enforcement agencies such as the FBI–has continued to create a storm of controversy. GETTY

The Clearview AI nightmare has already been well-documented. Now, it’s emerged that if you want to be deleted from its 3 billion image database, you have to prove who you are first …

A quick look at the company’s privacy policy is enough to send shivers down the spine of even the most laid back person. Explaining how you need to email [email protected] to request your images be removed, it reads: “Please submit name, a headshot and a photo of a government-issued ID to facilitate the processing of your request.”

Full story: Clearview AI’s Database Has Amassed 3 Billion Photos. This Is How If You Want Yours Deleted, You Have To Opt Out

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