Should we worry about facial recognition technology?
Editor's note: Facial recognition technology has increasingly been used in China, from airports, hotels, hospitals, restaurants and even tourist spots. Guo Bing, an associate professor of law at Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, has filed a lawsuit against a local safari park for requiring members to walk through a mandatory facial recognition lane for admission. While facial technology has many benefits, there are still privacy concerns and risks of personal data leaks. Forum readers share their opinions.
It isn't the technology we should be worrying about, but the people. There are so many concerns about privacy and security issues. So private businesses should not be allowed to use the technology until it is tightly regulated.