Biometrics Beware: A Scan of the Legal Landscape for Companies that Collect, Use and Store Biometric Information

22 Jul , 2021

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The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act has deservedly caught the attention of companies that collect, store, and use biometric information from consumers and employees. As the use of biometrics grows across every sector of the economy, however, companies should take note of what is happening in the rest of the country. This webinar will cover other state laws, proposed legislation, and enforcement activities that implicate biometrics, and consider what could be on the horizon for the regulation of biometric information.

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