You ARE being watched - one-quarter of retailers use facial recognition in store

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Conventional retailers are getting increasingly personal, claims CSC - especially in fashion retail

One-quarter of retailers are using facial recognition technology in order to track customers around their stores - with 59 per cent of fashion retailers deploying the technology. It forms part o...

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