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Daily Dashboard | CEO: 'Copyright is not a good tool' to protect privacy Related reading: US House lawmakers introduce resolution on AI ethics

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Earlier reports on IBM's use of publicly available photos to feed its algorithms and support facial recognition research raised questions on whether such practices are a valid use of Creative Commons licenses. The Verge reports that despite the fact individuals aren't consenting to having their photographs used, it's legal to do so. Creative Commons CEO Ryan Merkley said in a blog post that "copyright is not a good tool to protect individual privacy, to address research ethics in AI development, or to regulate the use of surveillance tools employed online.” He said it's up to the public policy space to address such concerns. 
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