State Forays Into The Regulation Of Biometric Data
Cameron S. Stoll We leave breadcrumbs of biometric information scattered around our daily lives, which may be collected and used by private entities, often without our knowledge or consent. The sound of your voice when you call your bank’s customer service line. The fingerprint you scan to unlock your cell phone. Your smiling face in a photograph posted to your favorite social networking site.
These are examples of biometric data — measurements of your physical presence that can be used to identify you...
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