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(The Register)   Clearview AI promises not to sell its face-recognition database to most US businesses, probably because it already sold to everyone who could have wanted it *pinky swear*   (theregister.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Biometrics, Privacy, Clearview AI, Privacy Act of 1974, Facial recognition system, Privacy law, Clearview's software, facial-recognition database system  
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2022-05-10 5:05:33 PM  
I would guess that the SCROTUS will be striking down the IL law about taking pictures of people's faces as it has previously ruled that there is no expectation of privacy when in a public place
 
2022-05-10 5:58:42 PM  

2farknfunny: I would guess that the SCROTUS will be striking down the IL law about taking pictures of people's faces as it has previously ruled that there is no expectation of privacy when in a public place


Agreed.  Also, I'm not sure there is an expectation of privacy anywhere anymore after Roe v. Wade gets overturned.  Plus the First Amendment is a thing.

I also don't see how anything that could be done very slowly manually can become illegal when automated.
 
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