How are fingerprints and facial scans processed? (GDPR)

The TimeMoto Cloud application is by default not intended to store any sensitive (biometric) data such as fingerprints and/or facial scans as defined for any customer located in the EU/EFTA region. Furthermore, all TimeMoto clock-in terminals offer an alternative to biometric identification (e.g. via RFID or pin), safeguarding legally required users’ free expression of will. If users consent to biometric identification (i.e. by means of fingerprints or facial scans), all such data is then encrypted and stored locally on the TimeMoto clock-in terminal. No biometric data, or any encrypted results thereof, are kept anywhere else than on the specific TimeMoto clock-in terminal. Moreover, the encrypted files are not-back traceable to an individual fingerprint or facial scan.

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