Vermont Attorney General Charity Clark
Hates Scammers More than We Do

She’s suing companies for stealing our faces and putting the lie to scams online and off in Vermont.

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Ever wonder why facial recognition is so accurate? Well, one reason is the shocking amount of personal data it needs (think: all the world’s snap shots), and that’s why Vermont Attorney General Charity Clark is taking aim at the industry behind that technology. 

We also review Charity’s top scams to watch for this year, and other topics near and dear to our own scam-hating hearts.

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About the Hosts

Adam Levin is the former Director of Consumer Affairs for the State of New Jersey, serial entrepreneur and author of Swiped, which he wrote with his sidekick, writer and cyber mensch, Beau Friedlander. With expert commentary from Travis “Here’s What Actually Happened” Taylor, the show gets everything sorted out—or not—but either way you’re going to have a great time. Something weird happen to you? We’ve got your back.


What the Hack with Adam Levin is a production of Loud Tree Media and is executive produced by Adam Levin and Beau Friedlander and produced by Andrew Steven and Travis Taylor.

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