The New York Times reports Clearview AI is drawing further criticism for its facial-recognition technology, this time as it relates to helping law enforcement identify victims of child abuse. While some authorities consider the ability to identify perpetrators and victims to be "the biggest breakthrough in the last decade," Surveillance Technology Oversight Project Technology Director Liz O'Sullivan noted "it would be dangerous for us to focus on the potential upsides" of facial recognition. Meanwhile, Jonathan Zittrain wrote for The Atlantic on dwindling privacy in the face of new technologies. Also, a study from the Pew Research Center found 48% of Americans believe law enforcement's access to genetic data is acceptable.
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