- FTC Scrutinizes Children’s Privacy Issues Involving Education Technology
- Utah Becomes the Fourth State to Enact a Comprehensive Privacy Law
- Courts Requiring General and Professional Liabilities Policies to Respond to Cyberattacks
- The US and EU Announce a New Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework
- BIPA Claims Following the McDonald Decision
- NY Attorney General Offers Guidance on Dealing with Credential Stuffing
- “Silent Cyber” Continues to Make Noise in State Appellate Courts
- The FBI Warns M&A Participants on the Increasing Ransomware Threat
- FTC Updates Safeguards Rule for Non-Banking Financial Institutions
- The DOJ’s Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative
Legal developments in data, privacy, cybersecurity, and other emerging technology issues
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.
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).