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Biometrics, Facial Recognition, and Autonomous Vehicles: A Survey of Data Privacy Laws for Emerging Technologies
As biometrics and facial recognition technology become more prevalent, concerns about the privacy and security of the data they generate increase, along with calls for government regulation and legislation. Similarly, as Level 4 autonomous vehicles take to the road and with predictions of vehicles with Level 5 technology becoming available in the next few years, more attention is being focused on the significant amount of geolocation and other sensitive data associated with these vehicles and related security issues. This panel will discuss the data collected by these emerging technologies, the state of the law and regulations applicable to them, and cybersecurity guidance and best practices.
Peter Moomjian, Esq., Lester Schwab Katz & Dwyer, LLP
Friday, July 19
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
This program is a Webinar
1.0 MCLE Credit | 1.0 Ethics
If you are unable to participate in the webinar on July 19th or miss this program, all registrants will have access to the program archive. You will be able to pose questions in real time to the speaker on July 19th by participating in the webinar.
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