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Online Webinar Now Available: Kristin Bryan and Kyle Fath Discuss AI and Biometrics Privacy Trends and Developments

Earlier this month CPW’s Kristin Bryan and Kyle Fath presented a webinar on “AI and Biometrics Privacy: Trends and Developments” with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (“IAPP”), the largest global community of privacy professionals.  A recording of that webinar is available to all IAPP members and available (for CPE credit) here.

As summarized in the program description on the IAPP website:

Artificial intelligence and biometrics privacy are top-of-mind issues for companies and their privacy professionals, regardless of the industry sector in which they operate. AI will soon be regulated in the U.S. in an unprecedented manner: The patchwork of 2023 state privacy laws imposes restrictions and obligations on organizations carrying out AI, profiling and automated decision-making processes, and the Federal Trade Commission is poised to promulgate regulations on automated decision-making and related topics. Organizations employing facial recognition and other biometrics technologies are under the constant threat of putative privacy class-action litigations under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act and a handful of other state laws. With BIPA copycats and similar legislation introduced across the country, and a lack of clarity in the current case law, the risk associated with biometrics will certainly continue, and likely increase. Needless to say, global developments in these areas add further complexity to organizations with international operations.

The program addresses, among others:

  • AI, biometrics and privacy compliance — Restrictions on and obligations under forthcoming privacy laws in California, Colorado, Utah and Virginia, including with respect to profiling, automated decision-making, and sensitive data.

  • AI and biometrics litigation overview — The current litigation landscape concerning AI and biometrics, including facial recognition.

  • Legislative and regulatory priorities — Pending and anticipated legislative and regulatory developments, both federal and state, as well as globally.

For more on this, stay tuned.

© Copyright 2023 Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLPNational Law Review, Volume XII, Number 174
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Kristin L. Bryan Litigation Attorney Squire Patton Boggs Cleveland, OH & New York, NY
Senior Associate

Kristin Bryan is a litigator experienced in the efficient resolution of contract, commercial and complex business disputes, including multidistrict litigation and putative class actions, in courts nationwide.

She has successfully represented Fortune 15 clients in high-stakes cases involving a wide range of subject matters.

As a natural extension of her experience litigating data privacy disputes, Kristin is also experienced in providing business-oriented privacy advice to a wide range of clients, with a particular focus on companies handling customers’ personal data. In this...

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Kyle R. Fath Cybersecurity Attorney Squire Patton Boggs New York Los Angeles
Of Counsel

Kyle Fath is counsel in the Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice. He offers clients a unique blend of deep experience in counselling companies through compliance with data privacy laws, drafting and negotiating technology agreements, and advising on the privacy, IT, and IP implications of mergers & acquisitions and other corporate transactions. His practice has a particular focus on the the ingestion and sharing of data by way of strategic data transactions, data brokers, and vendor relationships, the implications of digital advertising (as companies look toward...

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