The company will delete all of its face scan data, citing societal concerns and regulatory uncertainty.
Facebook will shut down its facial recognition system this month and delete the face scan data of more than 1 billion users, the company said Tuesday. It cited societal concerns and regulatory uncertainty about facial recognition technology as the reasons.
More than one-third of the app's daily active users have opted into its Face Recognition setting, the social network noted in a blog post.
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CSN Editor: This shutting down will impact one billion users.