Last week, the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia released findings on facial recognition (FRT) used for store security.
Only 1 in 13 large BC retailers surveyed said they were using facial recognition.
The survey comes to several findings around consent and recommendation for future implementation, including calling on the provincial government to “ensure the public interest is met by developing regulatory tools that are fit for the purpose.”
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