May 16, 2024, 11:11 a.m. | Joel R. McConvey

Biometric Update

As U.S. Congress considers the proposed American Privacy Rights Act (APRA), which would enshrine online privacy rights for all citizens, observers are looking at what is in the text – and what kinds of data collection practices warrant a sweeping new law. Meanwhile, states continue to pursue and pass laws that do not necessarily align with APRA, complicating the path to centralization.

What would APRA do if passed?

A summary from JDSupra says the text introduced by Senate Commerce Committee …

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