Ill. Appeals Court Rules BIPA Requires Data Policies Up Front

By Celeste Bott (December 1, 2022, 6:11 PM EST) -- An Illinois state appeals court on Wednesday found that the state's biometric privacy law requires companies to set up rules for storing and destroying data once they start collecting it, saying an Illinois metal finisher's obligation to do so was triggered by possessing the plaintiff's information....

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