US lawmakers to Google: Stop collecting data that could target abortion seekers; the UK fines Clearview; Arcadia acquires Urjanet

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Google CEO Sundar Pichai has been urged by a group of 42 US lawmakers from the Democratic party to stop collecting and keeping unnecessary or non-aggregated location data that could be used to identify people seeking abortions, in an open letter on Tuesday, CNBC reports. Britain's information and privacy regulator has fined Clearview AI for collecting people's photographs with no consent. And Arcadia acquires Urjanet to expand its energy data tech and business