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The AG Update: Ep. 47

Mar 9, 2020 8:39:35 AM

Clearview AI’s recent security breach, a security device that could change the game much more...

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  1. Clearview AI's Client List Hacked
  2. Camera-less Devices Could Change The Security and Fire Monitoring Landscape


Clearview AI’s Client List Hacked

You might recall that about a month ago, we were discussing Clearview AI — a facial recognition program that scrapes images from popular social media sites and the public domain.

The Clearview software had been purchased and used by over 2,200 law enforcement agencies and private companies world-wide. Well, in a pretty wild turn of events, Clearview has been hacked, and their client list has been stolen and released on the internet.

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Camera-less Devices Could Change The Security and Fire Monitoring Landscape

Minut, a Swedish company, has a device that could completely alter home security. While it might not be as well known as Ring or Nest, Minut’s device stands out because of a unique feature: no camera.

It is a puck-like sensor that attaches to the ceiling using a passive infrared motion sensor. It creates a new way to secure your home without the sacrifice of personal privacy.

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