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United States Privacy Digest | NJ attorney general gathers public input on law enforcement’s facial recognition use Related reading: Notes from the IAPP, May 20, 2022

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  • New Jersey’s acting attorney general launched an online portal to gather public input on regulating facial recognition technology use by law enforcement as it works to establish a statewide policy. A press release said the state’s policy on the use of facial recognition tech will aim to balance “law enforcement’s legitimate interests in solving crimes with the public’s concern about a fast-evolving technology."
  • Kentucky lawmakers are considering legislation regulating businesses' use of biometric data, Biometric Update reports. House Bill 32 would require organizations to create policies detailing retention and deletion of data as well as consent to collect, buy or trade biometric data.
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