This whiteboard is a 1-page overview of the biometric privacy laws passed by U.S. states since 2008. Starting with Illinois in 2008, U.S. states have been passing biometric privacy laws to regulate the collection and use of biometric identifiers and information. This whiteboard highlights key requirements and differences between the different state laws.
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