PimEyes is a “disturbingly accurate and creepy” facial recognition search engine; and the potential Roe v. Wade repeal sparks data security, patient privacy concerns.
Category: News and Updates
Privacy News for May 27, 2022
FTC to crack down on companies illegally surveilling children learning online; ICE has data on most of the American public; Clearview AI’s facial recognition tool coming to schools.
Privacy News for May 20, 2022
ICE has info on most Americans, report says; senators urge FTC to probe ID.me over selfie data; and Mastercard pilots biometric payments in Brazil.
Privacy News for May 13, 2022
Privacy groups warn about data-tracking if Roe is overturned; ICE ‘now operates as a domestic surveillance agency’; and Clearview AI suit settlement limits sales of facial recognition database.
Privacy News for May 6, 2022
The rise of parental surveillance; CT likely to enact comprehensive consumer privacy law; data broker selling location data of people who visit abortion clinics.