As the use of biometric data becomes more common — like facial recognition and retina scans — privacy is top of mind for legislators and businesses.
Only three states have broad biometric data privacy laws in place, while others have enacted narrower biometric measures, such as industry-specific laws or provisions in consumer privacy statutes that relate to biometric information.
Use our informative chart to quickly understand the important features of the biometric privacy laws in Illinois, Texas, and Washington.
Compare key features like:
- Statute scope
- Notice and consent requirements
- Retention requirements
- Private right of action
- Authorized damages
- Sale of biometric identifiers
- Disclosure of biometric identifiers
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