China and the US have stepped up the pressure on their biggest tech companies.
The new order, which initially lists 59 Chinese firms, substantially expands an order issued in November by President Donald J. Trump.
Skyworth apologised and ended its partnership with a Beijing analytics firm after a user found one of its smart TVs was collecting data on all connected devices.
Facial recognition is increasingly used against Kremlin critics. But cameras have been off for suspected state-sanctioned attacks.
A massive operation offers access to hacked camera feeds in bedrooms and at hotels.
China enlisted surveillance firms to help draw up standards for mass facial recognition systems, researchers said, warning that an unusually heavy emphasis on tracking characteristics such as ethnicity created wide scope for abuse.
Tesla would never provide the U.S. government with data collected by its vehicles in China or other countries, said CEO Elon Musk.
E-commerce websites and apps in China, and those using third party platforms to sell their products and services in China, must update their operations, services and systems in advance of wide-ranging new rules.
They want to keep tracking iPhone users with solution created by state-backed group.