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Maryland and California look to join the list of states that not only regulate biometric data but provide consumers with the opportunity to seek hefty statutory damages and attorney’s fees from offending businesses. Similar to Illinois’ oft-litigated Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”), both bills would also (i) require written consent prior to the collection of biometric information; (ii) impose BIPA-like security measures, and (iii) mandate specific retention criteria, as described below.
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This post was written by Daniel Kadar.
A new regulation of the CNIL, dated 12 June 2012 and published on 13 July 2012, modifies the ways and means of collecting and processing client/prospect-related data.
- The regulation, issued as an amendment to the “Simplified Norm No. 48” [http://www.cnil.fr/en-savoir-plus/deliberations/deliberation/delib/184/], broadens the possibility for data controllers to