May 282020
 
 May 28, 2020  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Chris Burt reports:

Concerns about the impact of facial recognition and other biometrics on the privacy of Chinese citizens may soon find their way into the country’s laws. A legal framework for privacy rights and protecting personal information is included in a provision being considered for inclusion in China’s draft civil code, according to state-owned television network CCTV.com.

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