Clearview AI, known for its persistent view that privacy laws don’t apply to them, has raised its impertinence to a new level ignoring France’s regulator, CNIL, altogether. CNIL, which deemed Clearview in violation of GDPR and ordered it to stop processing French citizen data, responded by imposing its maximum fine of €20 million. This follows €20 million fines each from Italy and Greece against Clearview, and a lesser amount from the UK. Problem is that regulators’ limited legal resources make it difficult to enforce these. But that may change once plans for the EU bloc’s AI Act moves forward.
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