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Facial-Recognition Technology Doesn’t Have to Destroy Privacy

Regulation moves at a snail’s pace, so it’s up to CEOs, executives, and employees to reject projects that put profit over privacy. Clearview AI facial-recognition tech is just the latest example of ‘innovation’ that could quickly get out of hand.

By Adam Smith




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