Feb. 6, 2024, 7:40 p.m. | Jim Nash

Biometric Update www.biometricupdate.com

Of three recent turns in U.S. biometric privacy lawsuits, only one, a settlement, has much to do with privacy itself.

A case in the state of Washington involving Amazon’s alleged storage of people’s biometric data without the consent.

Amazon shareholders sued their board for inaction about the allegedly illegal storage. (They also sued over anti-trust concerns. Both issues allegedly harmed share prices.)

A U.S. district judge said the plaintiffs had not been persuasive in arguing that the directors should …

amazon biometric biometric data biometric identifiers biometrics biometrics news board case consent data data privacy face biometrics facebook facial recognition lawsuits meta people privacy settlement shareholders state storage tesla washington

More from www.biometricupdate.com / Biometric Update

Deputy Chief Information Security Officer

@ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum | Washington, DC

Humbly Confident Security Lead

@ YNAB | Remote

Information Technology Specialist II: Information Security Engineer

@ WBCP, Inc. | Pasadena, CA.

Consultant Sénior Cyber Sécurité H/F

@ Hifield | Lyon, France

Staff Application Security Engineer (AppSec) - Open to remote across ANZ

@ Canva | Sydney, Australia

Consultant Senior en Gestion de Crise Cyber et Continuité d’Activité H/F

@ Hifield | Sèvres, France