BIPA

The Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) requires organizations to acquire consent prior to collecting a person’s biometric data for commercial purposes.

 

Grounds for lawsuits based on biometric data retention in Illinois clarified by Appeals Court

A ruling by the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has clarified the criteria for standing according to Article III…

 

Time to comply with the nation’s newest biometric privacy law: Portland’s private sector facial recognition ban

By David J. Oberly, attorney at Blank Rome, LLP. In a landmark move, the city of Portland, Oregon recently enacted a…

 

Biometric privacy suit against Onfido not eligible for arbitration, judge rules

Onfido’s attempt to have a claim against it under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) sent to arbitration has been…

 

Biometrics is transforming the face of flying: Facial recognition compliance tips for airports and airlines

Guest post by David J. Oberly, attorney at Blank Rome, LLP In recent years, facial recognition technology has evolved and…

 

Clearview AI to face consolidated biometric data privacy suit in Illinois in partial victory

Clearview AI is facing a multidistrict data privacy suit over its sale of biometric services in Illinois, after having its…

 

Google argues alleged biometric privacy violations not covered by Illinois state law

Google has filed a motion to dismiss claims against it under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) from federal court…

 

Lessons from TikTok: Federal and state law implications for children’s biometric data privacy

Guest post by Bess Hinson, Ashley Thomas and Bisi Adeyemo, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP TikTok has been dominating news…

 

Apple seeks reversal in remanded biometric data privacy suit

Apple is asking a U.S. federal court judge to reverse a judgement remanding a pair of claims to state court,…

 

Apple bid to dismiss biometric data privacy suits rejected, but 2 of 3 claims have no standing

Two out of three claims against Apple under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) have been sent back to state…

 

EFF says First Amendment can’t save Clearview AI biometric faceprinting

Arguments can be made for protecting faceprinting under the First Amendment, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation says biometric face-scraping vendor…

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