Biometrics

In a recent opinion, an Illinois federal judge determined that a user’s biometric privacy claims must be arbitrated according to Shutterfly’s 2015 arbitration clause, despite the fact that plaintiff never assented to any version of the...

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Washington Privacy Act (WPA)

New Push for Washington’s Privacy Bill in 2020

January 30, 2020 | 0 Comments

Washington state may be leading the charge on privacy legislation in 2020. The state legislature introduced several privacy bills during the first week of its 2020 legislative session, including an updated version of the Washington...

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Arkansas has updated its breach notification law to expand the definition of “personal information” and to require notifying the Arkansas Attorney General when a breach involves more than 1,000 individuals’ personal information. On April 15, 2019, Governor...

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Law enforcement agencies are increasingly requesting that courts allow them to compel suspects to unlock electronic devices with their biometrics. As of yet, though, courts confronted with the question have come up with no unified answer...

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