Podcast: The end of privacy? The spread of facial recognition
A year ago on Monday the New York Times published an article, by a fantastic tech journalist called Kashmir Hill, about a facial recognition company called Clearview AI called 'The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It' .
This episode we talk to a range of experts and journalist about who are Clearview? What are they doing? Why is their business model so problematic? And is the problem Clearview specific? Or is systemic?
This podcast was recorded before the US Federal Trade Commission told a company called 'Ever' to delete any facial recognition algorithms they developed without consent
- The original article
- Info on how to do your own Data Subject Access Request
- And the template from the ICO
- Info on how to request your data be deleted
- Find more from Ann Cavoukian
- Find out more about the ACLU's legal challenge in Illinois
- Find out more about Robert Julian-Borchack William's case
- Read more from Riccardo on facial recognition [Italian]
- Find out more about Pimeyes and Daniel's research at Netzpolitik
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