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Defense arguments in biometric privacy cases uncertain as Chamber argues against private action

Only one defense used against a Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) lawsuit has been successful in getting a suit dismissed,…

 

Asure Software upgrades its cloud-based biometric time and attendance solution

Asure Software has added TimeClock Basic and TimeClock Elite to its cloud-based time and attendance solutions to help businesses increase…

 

Changing privacy and data protection laws could change casino biometrics use

Casinos in the U.S. have used facial recognition since the 1990s, but those deployments may have to be adjusted based…

 

Amazon hit by Illinois biometric data privacy suit for Alexa recordings

A new class action law suit has been filed against Amazon under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act for recording the…

 

Biometric case defendant argues “grossly excessive” BIPA damages violate Constitution

Illinois company World Wide Technologies (WWT) is arguing that a potential class action law suit against it under the state’s…

 

Federal law trumps state biometric privacy law as BIPA appeal thrown out

Airlines are exempt from Illinois state law requiring explicit informed consent from employees to use their biometrics for time and…

 

Facebook argues for biometric privacy class action suit to be thrown out

Facebook is attempting to quash a class action suite by arguing in an appeals court that the decision of the…

 

Illinois Supreme Court opens floodgates for class action litigation under state’s biometric privacy law

This is a guest post by Ana Tagvoryan, Jeffrey N. Rosenthal and David J. Oberly, attorneys at Blank Rome LLP….

 

Seyfarth establishes biometric privacy group to help businesses cope with patchwork of state laws

Law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP is launching a Biometrics Privacy Compliance & Litigation Group to help businesses comply with the…

 

Commission rules Australian worker unfairly dismissed for refusing to use biometric system

Australia’s Fair Work Commission (FWC) has ruled that a worker fired for refusing to use a biometric time and attendance…

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