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A class-action suit that would probably last for a couple years and end in a settlement where the claimants - assuming they fill(ed) in forms x, y and z, would be entitled to at best a few hundred dollars.

See also the Equifax settlement. I'd say Equifax is the best / most recent example about something like this.






> 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.




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