Twitter suspension mistake, Clearview AI facial recognition patent
Speaker 1: They see CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now. Twitter said it's suspended accounts by mistake. After a new photo policy prompted a series of coordinated and malicious reports, according to the Washington post on Friday, those reports targeted anti extremism, researchers and journalists. The reports came after Twitter expanded its private information policy to ban the sharing of photos and videos of private individuals without their consent clear view, [00:00:30] AI, the company behind a controversial facial recognition system that scrapes social media sites to add pictures of people to its database is on the cusp of receiving a patent for it. Technology. The company confirmed Saturday that the us trademark and patent office had sent it a notice of allowance, which means clear view's application is set to be granted once the company pays administrative fees and in entertainment news, the first trailer for Spiderman across the spider verse part one dropped this [00:01:00] weekend film. Reun unites us with miles, Morales and Gwen Stacy. For the first time, since 2018 Spiderman into the spider verse, brought us on an Oscar winning thrill ride Spiderman across the spider verse. Part one is scheduled to hit theaters in October, 2022 with part two set to come out in 2023, stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET.