Facial recognition cameras in UK retail chain challenged by privacy group
Shoppers at a grocery store chain across southern England are being surveilled with facial recognition cameras, prompting a legal complaint by civil rights campaigners. According to the complaint made to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the surveillance system "uses novel technology and highly invasive processing of personal data, creating a biometric profile of every visitor to stores where its cameras are installed". Individuals can submit a subject access request to check if this applies to them, the chain said.
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