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Facial recognition firm faces possible £17m privacy fine


“My company and I have acted in the best interests of the UK and their people by assisting law enforcement in solving heinous crimes against children, seniors, and other victims of unscrupulous acts…. We collect only public data from the open internet and comply with all standards of privacy and law.”



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