Kmart, Bunnings and The Good Guys capturing shoppers’ faces in stores to prevent theft

Consumer group warns Kmart and Bunnings are among large retailers capturing your ‘faceprint’ when you shop: ‘It’s inappropriate and unnecessary’

  • Kmart, Bunnings and The Good Guys are using facial recognition technologies 
  • Customers’ faces are being analysed in attempts to crack down on thefts
  • Choice spokesperson Kate Bower said it was ‘inappropriate and unnecessary’

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