1. RCMP's use of facial recognition tech violated privacy laws, investigation finds  CBC.ca
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The RCMP's use of a controversial, third-party facial recognition technology was a serious violation of Canada's privacy laws, the privacy commissioner says.The RCMP's use of a controversial, third-party facial recognition technology was a serious violation of Canada's privacy laws, the privacy commissioner says.

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The federal privacy watchdog says the RCMP broke the law by using cutting-edge facial-recognition software to collect personal information. In a report today, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien says there were serious and systemic failings by the RCMP to ensure compliance with the Privacy Act before it gathered information from U.S. firm Clearview AI. The federal privacy watchdog says the RCMP broke the law by using cutting-edge facial-recognition software to collect personal information. In a report today, privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien says there were serious and systemic failings by the RCMP to ensure compliance with the Privacy Act before it gathered information from U.S. firm Clearview AI.

Privacy watchdog says RCMP's use of facial-recognition tool broke law | CTV News

Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Thursday that the RCMP committed a “serious violation” of Canadians’ privacy by using Clearview AI’s service...Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Thursday that the RCMP committed a “serious violation” of Canadians’ privacy by using Clearview AI’s service...

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Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien says there were serious failings by the RCMP to ensure compliance with the Privacy Act before it gathered information from Clearview AI.Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien says there were serious failings by the RCMP to ensure compliance with the Privacy Act before it gathered information from Clearview AI.

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Privacy watchdog says RCMP’s use of facial-recognition tool broke law – Terrace Standard

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The RCMP broke the law by using cutting-edge facial-recognition software to collect personal information, the federal privacy watchdog has found.The RCMP broke the law by using cutting-edge facial-recognition software to collect personal information, the federal privacy watchdog has found.

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Privacy watchdog says RCMP’s use of facial-recognition tool broke law – Ponoka News

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Privacy watchdog says RCMP’s use of facial-recognition tool broke law – Chilliwack Progress