I wonder what would happen if everyone did.
See also the Equifax settlement. I'd say Equifax is the best / most recent example about something like this.
Equifax’s credit-data provenance is enshrined in law. Their mistake was in improperly distributing legally-owned data.
Clearview does not have legal claim to individuals’ or Facebook‘s copyrights. Its mistake is more fundamental than Equifax’s.
I wonder if this can be combined with adding a “terms of service” to your FB profile.
Corporations have perverted contract law to the point where their terms of service are binding even if you never read them, or are even aware of them.
Turnabout is fair play, right?
Remember: there are two sets of laws in the US: ones that apply to you, and another set for large corporations that cooperate with the police and military.