ICO fines Clearview AI £7.5m over image collection

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The £7.5 million fine is a reduction from the £17 million fine proposed last year
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The £7.5 million fine is a reduction from the £17 million fine proposed last year

The UK's data protection watchdog has fined facial recognition company Clearview AI £7.5m for illegally collecting images for facial recognition.

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has issued an enforcement notice ordering the US-based firm to cease collecting and using the personal data of UK residents, and to delete any such data ...

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