Nov 222021
 November 22, 2021  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Liisa Thomas and Anne-Marie Dao of SheppardMullin write:

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner issued a determination earlier this fall about 7-Eleven’s use of “faceprints.” The OAIC found the convenience store improperly collected faceprint information without getting individuals’ consent in violation of the Privacy Act.

Accordingly to the OAIC, 7-Eleven used facial recognition technology as part of in-store surveys in 700 stores across the country. Approximately 1.6 million customers (as of March 2021) complete the survey on tablets with built-in cameras.

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