UK’s largest supermarket uses Facial Recognition causing security and privacy concerns

UK’s largest supermarket chain ‘Co-Op Food’ has rolled a new tech on the CCTV surveillance cameras installed on its premises that keeps a track and record of its shoppers without their consent- triggering privacy and security concerns among its customers.

The Co-Operative Group retail business of United Kingdom has recorded faces of its visitors on Hikvision cameras that are manufactured in China that has caused the UK’s Ministry of Defense take a note of the situation and do a follow up with the former.

According to the sources reporting to our Cybersecurity Insiders, Hikvision cameras are banned in United States as former president Donald Trump blacklisted them on a trade list of North America.

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