BIPA

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2023 State Privacy Laws: How to Assess and Ensure Readiness by Year-end

Malcolm Dowden and Niloufar Massachi Discuss Vendor

Recently, eyewear brands that offer virtual try-on (“VTO”) tools—which allow website visitors to “try before they buy” while shopping online—have faced a barrage of class action lawsuits alleging violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). Importantly, however, BIPA suits are not the only legal risks that continue to increase for eyewear retailers today,

By now, most CPW readers are very familiar with the term “BIPA”—the acronym used for Illinois’s game-changing biometric privacy law, which has led to a barrage of class action litigation pursued against companies that use biometric data in their commercial operations. BIPA is not, however, the only biometric privacy law on the books that presents

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FCC Gathers and Releases Information on Wireless Carrier Data Privacy Practices

TikTok Settlement Receives Final Court Approval

Federal Court

This week a federal judge in Illinois granted final approval to a $92 million settlement to resolve TikTok privacy multidistrict litigation.  In Re: Tiktok, Inc., Consumer Privacy Litigation (Case: 1:20-cv-04699).  This case is notable for both its large class size and resolution of two dozen privacy litigations which had been previously filed against TikTok and

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Online Safety in Digital Markets Needs a Joined Up Approach with Competition Law in the UK

China’s Didi Fined

CPW team member David J. Oberly will participate in the panel presentation Biometrics Are Back! (And So Are the Lawsuits) at the American Bar Association’s 16th Annual Section of Labor and Employment Law Conference, the Section’s signature event of the year, from November 9-12, 2022, in Washington D.C. 

Program Description

Technology and employees’ increasingly

This week a federal court declined to dismiss a putative class action filed by a trucker against a company that provides facial recognition software and sensors to commercial fleets and industrial operations.  David Karling et al. v. Samsara Inc., No. 1:22-cv-00295 (N.D. Ill. 2022).  The Plaintiff asserted claims against Defendant under the Illinois Biometric

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FTC Emphasizes Commitment to Protection of Highly Sensitive Data

Federal and State Actions to Protect Robocall Invasion of Consumer

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CPW’s Stephanie Faber Speaks at French Association of Personal Data Protection Correspondents Annual Meeting

Future Uncertain for the American