Biometric Update reports the Payment & Clearing Association of China introduced guidelines for facial-recognition payments. The guidelines require companies to encrypt facial-recognition data and store it separately from other information, such as bank numbers, according to the original report from Caixin Global. Organizations are not allowed to keep facial data following the completion of a transaction. Anli Partners Senior Partner Wang Xinyue said companies that use the technology should give consumers the option to decline facial-recognition payments and properly explain the service agreement.
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