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Clearview AI class-action may further test CCPA’s private right of action

Luke Sosnicki James Shreve March 11, 2020
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A class-action lawsuit against facial-recognition company Clearview AI alleges they unlawfully scraped biometric data from other websites and sold the resulting data to other entities. The case tests yet another provision of the CCPA relating to the law’s private right to action. READ MORE

Illinois takes the lead on employee privacy: What employers need to know

September 22, 2017
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Illinois is one of the states that has enacted a number of laws designed to protect the privacy of employee information. Businesses that wish to avoid fines and other sanctions should be aware of the protections afforded to employees under these laws. READ MORE