The Matrix

Showing 4 posts in Biometrics.

Recent State Biometric Privacy Bills Put Spotlight On Federal Regulation

Posted by

New York And Maryland Propose BIPA-Like Biometric Privacy Bills
New York Assembly Bill 27—introduced on January 6, 2021—seeks to amend the New York general business law in relation to biometric privacy.  Similarly, Maryland House Bill 218—introduced on January 13, 2021—proposes biometric privacy regulations on private entities in Maryland. More

The Article III analysis for BIPA claims takes a new turn

Posted by

Last month, the Seventh Circuit issued a highly anticipated ruling concerning Article III standing for claims brought under the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).

More

BIPA Class Action Trends to Watch in 2020

Posted by

The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) is the only biometric privacy statute in the country with a private right of action. In the last two years, litigation under BIPA has dominated privacy law headlines. There are hundreds of BIPA class action lawsuits pending in Illinois state and federal courts, with new filings each week. More

Washington’s New State Facial Recognition Law May Signal a New Norm for Technology Providers

Posted by

On March 31, 2020, Washington Senate Bill No. 6280 (the “Act”) became law, codifying one of the most detailed facial recognition regulations in the country. The Act regulates state and local government agencies in Washington using or intending to develop, procure, or use a facial recognition service but also includes important considerations for companies designing this technology. More

Jump to Page