Shutterfly Biometric Privacy Face Off Gets Go-Ahead
The latest question in privacy law is not what’s in a name (or IP address, PHI, TV viewing activity, etc.), but what’s on a face. Consumers are becoming increasingly concerned with how companies are using their biometric information such as facial, fingerprint, and iris information. In one closely watched case, photo sharing website Shutterfly faces allegations that it violated consumer privacy by collecting facial scans without consent.
*This alert was originally posted on Arent Fox's Behind the Scenes blog. To read this alert in its entirety, please click here.