The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has announced its provisional intent to impose a potential fine of just over £17 million (about $22.7 million USD) on facial recognition firm Clearview AI, Inc., for failing to comply with data protection laws. The announcement follows a joint investigation by the ICO and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC), which focused on Clearview AI’s use of images, data scraped from the internet, and the use of biometrics for facial recognition.

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The ICO has also issued a provisional notice to stop further processing of the personal data of people in the UK and to delete it, coming in the wake of the conclusion of the OAIC’s investigation that found Clearview AI Inc in breach of Australian Privacy laws.

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