“The Illinois General Assembly has evaluated numerous proposals similar to the CCPA. Illinoisans want to know that their personal information is protected, and they have a right to know who is collecting their data, for what purpose, and within reason, a right to request that data to be deleted if it is not needed. I
Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed legislation that amends the old Illinois Student Online Personal Protection Act and gives parents more control.
Under the new law:
- Parents will be informed about what’s being collected, who has that data, who has access to it and what it’s being used for.
- Parents must be told if there’s a data
A new Illinois bill seeks to regulate the use of artificial intelligence in the recruitment process.
The bill, titled the “Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act” provides that an employer that asks applicants to record video interviews and uses an artificial intelligence analysis of applicant-submitted videos:
- must notify each applicant in writing before the interview that
Jeffrey L. Widman writes:
In 2008, the Illinois legislature enacted the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act, 740 ILCS 14/1 et seq. (“BIPA”) to provide standards of conduct for private entities in connection with the collection and possession of “biometric identifiers and information.” BIPA regulates the collection, use, safeguarding, handling, storage, retention and destruction of such biometric…
On July 23, 2017, Washington State will become the third state (after Illinois and Texas) to statutorily restrict the collection, storage and use of biometric data for commercial purposes. The Washington legislature explained its goal in enacting Washington’s new biometrics law:
The legislature intends to require a business that collects and can attribute biometric data…