Date: May 06, 2021
Time: 11:00 a.m.–noon Eastern
Location: Virtual Presentation (access instructions e-mailed upon registration)
The New York City Council recently enacted biometric privacy legislation that will take effect on July 9, 2021. New Local Law 3 of 2021 creating a Chapter 12 on “Biometric Identifier Information” in the New York City Administrative Code will restrict “commercial establishments” in New York City in their collection and use of biometric identifiers from their customers. While the new law focuses on issues such as the undisclosed use of facial recognition technology in stores and restaurants, it actually sweeps more broadly, sharing several similarities with Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (a statute that has gained national prominence by spawning over 800 class action lawsuits since its passage).
Topics to be discussed include:
Our presenters will include attorneys who focus their practice on privacy and privacy litigation, as well as one of the original sponsors of the new legislation.
This course is eligible for 1.0 CLE credit. Click here for Nixon Peabody continuing education details.
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