Tag Archives: data collection

Notice and consent requirements for security footage and biometric data collection

It is natural for businesses to be concerned about the security of their premises and to explore new technologies that can help mitigate health and safety risks related to that security. As retailers get back to business in the United States, the laws implicating biometrics and the increase in use cases for biometric technologies have … Continue Reading

Vizio Settlement with FTC May Signal Future Direction of Agency Enforcement

The Federal Trade Commission’s recent settlement with VIZIO, Inc., may have created a new definition of “sensitive information” that includes viewing data, but the opinion of Acting Chairperson Maureen Ohlhausen may provide further insight on how the agency will act under the new administration. On February 6, the FTC settled charges with VIZIO, one of the … Continue Reading

Commissioner Brill Suggests ‘Reclaim Your Name’ Initiative for Consumer Control Over Big Data: FTC Signals Intent To Continue Debate Over Safeguards for Predictive Analytics

While the national conversation on data collection in the United States has been dominated recently by issues of national security, the FTC remains determined to push consumer privacy. In her keynote address at the recent Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference, Commissioner Julie Brill reaffirmed the Commission’s commitment to address so-called data brokers in a systematic … Continue Reading
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