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Biometric Privacy as a Case Study for U.S. Privacy Overall

BY | April 26, 2024

Privacy law in the United States is best described as a patchwork of rules and regulations at both the state and federal level. This development is perhaps no better exemplified…

Privacy law in the United States is best described as a patchwork of rules and regulations at both the state and federal level. This development is perhaps no better exemplified than by how the U.S. regulates biometric information. From competing definitions to (sometimes) contradictory compliance obligations, the rules surrounding the processing of biometric information are myriad and complex, creating meaningful challenges for companies that wish to take advantage of the benefits associated wi

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