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Clearview a high is a facial recognition software company that sells its products mostly to law enforcement and the company have come under controversy on privacy issues because of the way it collects images from social media companies without permission of the company or the users but now it and its law enforcement customers have their own privacy or should I say security problem because of a data breach of its entire list of customers and the search if they made democratic senators ed Markey of Massachusetts and Ron Wyden of Florida issued statements about the company's lack security