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Whole Foods customers will now be able to pay with their palms.

Aug 12 2022

Whole Foods customers will now be able to pay with their palms. This week, Amazon announced that they’ll be pushing Amazon One, the ecommerce giant’s palm-recognition payment method, across 65 Whole Foods locations in California. In order to register their palm print, customers will “need to provide a payment card and phone number, agree to Amazon’s terms of service, and share an image of [their] palms.” The technology is being framed as a convenient retail tool, but ever since it was announced back in 2020, consumers were quick to voice their privacy concerns. But Gen Z and Millennials are no stranger to Apple’s face recognition tech, which operates just the same. YPulse’s Data Privacy Issue trend report data shows 37% of Gen Z and Millennials use face scanning password tech while 47% use fingerprint password tech. (The VergeMashable)