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Kari Prochaska focuses her practice on data privacy and cybersecurity, corporate due diligence, and complex civil litigation. Click here to read Kari's full bio.

Public Backlash Calls Use of Facial Recognition Systems into Question

By and on Jun 25, 2020
Posted In Big Data, Consumer Protection, Data Privacy, Workplace Privacy

In recent weeks and months, legal and technical issues related to use of facial recognition systems in the United States have received national attention, including concerns that the technology lacks accuracy in identifying non-white individuals and that its widespread use by police departments may play a role in racially discriminatory policing. Privacy considerations will play...

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Washington State Takes the Lead in CCPA Copycat Legislation Race, Trends Emerge

By , and on Mar 6, 2020
Posted In Consumer Protection, Data Privacy

Since the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) took effect on January 1, 2020, “copycat” legislation has been introduced at a dizzying pace by state legislatures across the country. Taking their cues from CCPA, at last count 16 states have borrowed language from California’s watershed law regarding consumer notices, data subject rights requests, and definitions of...

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