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Canada Dashboard Digest | Clearview AI says Canadian privacy laws don't apply to its practices Related reading: Class-action lawsuit claims Snapchat violates BIPA

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Clearview AI argued in court the British Columbia’s Information Protection Act does not apply to the company because it is located in the U.S., and called orders to stop collecting provincial residents’ images, “unreasonable and unenforceable,” Business in Vancouver reports. Clearview AI’s request comes after multiple provincial information and privacy commissioners issued orders ruling Clearview violated federal and local privacy laws. The commissioners found Clearview scraped facial images and associated data publicly accessible online and stored it in its database, and did not receive consent to collect, use and disclose the personal information of Canadians. Editor's note: The Privacy Commissioner of Canada determined the RCMP's use of Clearview AI violated the Privacy Act.
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