Facial recognition technology has become increasingly popular among businesses to track customers and employees. Retail stores use the technology to monitor foot traffic, detect shoplifters, and personalize shopping experiences. The technology is also used in the hospitality industry to streamline check-in processes and improve customer service. In the workplace, facial recognition can be used for time and attendance tracking, access control, and enhanced security. Despite the benefits, using facial recognition technology in business has also raised privacy concerns, as many people are uncomfortable with the idea of companies having access to their biometric data. As a result, several cities and countries have enacted laws and regulations to limit the use of facial recognition technology.