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1 Sep, 2023
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The updated privacy policy, discovered by Bloomberg, specifies that these changes will take effect on September 29.

According to the revised policy, X aims to collect and use biometric information with users' consent, primarily for safety, security, and identification purposes. However, the policy does not provide specific details about the nature of the biometric data X intends to gather. Typically, biometric information refers to physical characteristics such as facial features or fingerprints. X has yet to clarify its methods for collecting this data.

X clarified to Bloomberg that the collection of biometric data will be directed at premium users. These users will have the option to submit their government identification and an image to add an additional layer of verification.

In addition to changes to biometric data, the updated Policy X states its intention to store users' employment and education history. This data will be used to make job recommendations, ease the job application process, help employers find suitable candidates, and present users with more relevant advertising.