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Utter madness.

Clearview scraped billions of photos for its facial recognition app.

New docs reveal it's been used by more than 2,200 law enforcement departments, government agencies, and companies across 27 countries.
buzzfeednews.com/article/ryanm
.onion: bfnews3u2ox4m4ty.onion/article

@torproject why scrap publicly accesible websites with poor metadata when you can buy high quality tagged data sets from insiders and hackers? Pictures taken at immigration offices and "selfie with passport" database leaks are pure gold for Clearview.

We know that "we only focus on US and Canada markets" is BS so "we scrap freely accesible websites" might be very likely too.

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