Quicktake: SPC Facial Recognition Interpretation

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In late July, China’s highest court, the Supreme People’s Court (SPC), released guidelines for hearing disputes arising from the use of facial recognition technology. The SPC regularly issues interpretations or guidance to unify the courts’ handling of cases, particularly in rapidly emerging or shifting areas of law like this. The passage of China’s Civil Code including protections of privacy and personality rights, and the draft Personal Information Protection Law and national standards on the use of facial recognition have already put data privacy in the spotlight in China, and a small number of cases testing the extent of legal protections from the misuse of facial recognition have created the need for the interpretation. Embracing emerging norms The new interpretation generally follows requirements for consent and notice that have emerged in earlier authority on the collection and use of personal information. These hold that impacted individuals be informed of what d
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