Aisha Counts reports:
“Based on your consent, we may collect and use your biometric information for safety, security, and identification purposes,” the company said in its new policy. X doesn’t define what it considers biometric, though other companies have used the term to describe data gleaned from a person’s face, eyes and fingerprints.
A representative of San Francisco-based X confirmed the new policy change, but didn’t elaborate further.
Read more at Bloomberg Law.
h/t, Joe Cadillic