Feb. 4, 2024, 10:27 p.m. | /u/superdude500

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age www.reddit.com

So there's a company called Clearview and they're literally collecting all public photos from the internet of everyone, including children. So Clearview literally has billions upon billions of photos of people (including children) which they've gleaned from the internet. Here read this real quick

"Recently, Clearview announced that it was on track to have 100 billion face prints in its database within a year, enough to ensure “almost everyone in the world will be identifiable.” These images — …

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