Perhaps a rhetorical question, but in this case, given the ethical questions around Clearview’s activities, the question acquires a bit of irony.
For those that haven’t heard of Clearview, they provide facial recognition capabilities for law enforcement. They also are very secretive with details about their tech and who they partner with. Well someone (or some group) has hacked Clearview and now has that client list. We’ll see how long it takes for this information to either get into the wild, or perhaps this will result in a variation of ransomware.