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Class Actions: Geolocation and Biometric Information Privacy Litigation and Legislation

1h 2m

Created on July 25, 2019

Intermediate

$59

Overview

Join Drinker Biddle's Class Action Team Vice Chairs, Michael Daly and Justin Kay, for a deep dive into privacy litigation and legislation pertaining to geolocation and biometric information. In this program, Daly and Kay will break down what qualifies as geolocation and biometric information, major consumer privacy issues, and existing consumer privacy statutes in various states, from those that are most to least restrictive. They will also address San Francisco's November 2018 Ballot Initiative, "Privacy First Policy," that was approved by voters this fall. Additionally, they will address cases such as In Re Facebook and Rivera v. Google, among others.


Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize the federal, state, and local laws that regulate the collection, use, and storage of geolocation and biometric information
  2. Identify what the laws require regarding both
  3. Address the current litigation landscape

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