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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…

 

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…

 

Implications of New York’s SHIELD Act on biometric privacy

This is a guest post by Jennifer J. Daniels, Jeffrey N. Rosenthal & David J. Oberly, attorneys at Blank Rome…

 

Biometric privacy suit targets Amazon’s COVID-19 screening

Employee COVID-19 screening measures by Amazon use biometrics without satisfying the legal requirements of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA),…

 

Attorneys provide eight tips to ensure compliance with Texas’ biometric privacy law

Texas’ Capture or Use of Biometric Identifier Act (CUBI) is a lesser-known cousin of Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act, but…

 

Law firm Blank Rome launches Biometric Privacy Team to help companies minimize compliance risk

Blank Rome has formally launched its Biometric Privacy Team to help clients minimize the risks associated with biometric privacy regulatory…

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