Facial Recognition

The year started with Portland, Oregon’s ban on the use of facial recognition technology by private entities in places of “public” accommodation — the first in the United States — taking effect Jan. 1, 2021. It concluded with the rendering of important appellate decisions on the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act that had been highly anticipated over the year. In the middle, was the continued flurry of litigation, class action settlements, and legislative activity.

Class Actions

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