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Daily Dashboard | Chinese wildlife park to delete facial images after court order Related reading: Notes from the Asia-Pacific region, 22 Jan. 2021



Hangzhou Fuyang People’s Court ruled that Hangzhou Safari Park must delete images collected by its facial recognition technology and pay 1,038 yuan in damages, South China Morning Post reports. The case brought forward by Zhejiang Sci-tech University Associate Law Professor Guo Bing alleged that he and his wife did not consent to have their images collected by facial recognition when they entered the park. The court said the use of facial recognition "exceeded the legally necessary requirements."
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