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Asia Pacific Dashboard Digest | Hangzhou court makes final ruling in China's first facial recognition lawsuit Related reading: Legal analysis of Iowa's new privacy law


An Hangzhou court made its final judgment in China's first lawsuit over the use of facial recognition technology, the South China Morning Post reports. The court upheld its original ruling in the case in which it ordered Hangzhou Safari Park to delete the facial image of a citizen who sued the zoo for a breach of contract. Zhejiang Sci-Tech University Associate Professor of Law Guo Bing filed the initial lawsuit after he asked for a refund when he found he could not enter the park unless he was scanned by facial recognition tech.
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