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NY follows suit: Increased privacy protections for biometric data (access required)

Following the enactment of the NY SHIELD Act in March 2020 and the recent trend of increased data privacy protections for New York residents, a bipartisan group of the New York Legislature introduced Assembly Bill 27 on January 6, 2021, which proposes to enact the New York Biometric Privacy Act (the “NY BPA”). If enacted, the NY BPA would ...
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