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Daily Dashboard | EFF voices concern over proposed surveillance ordinance in Chicago Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Dec. 14, 2018

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation announced that the organization has joined other privacy groups in voicing concern over a proposed amendment to Chicago’s municipal code that would allow businesses to employ surveillance systems that could impact people’s biometric and location privacy. The EFF writes that, in addition to the consequences to people’s digital liberties, they claim ordinance would violate the state’s Biometric Information Privacy Act. BIPA, which requires companies to obtain informed, opt-in consent from individuals before collecting or disclosing biometric information, has requirements for data retention and secure storage that would be violated under the ordinance.
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