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Daily Dashboard | Ring sued over Illinois BIPA violations; Amazon seeks to dismiss BIPA 'voiceprint' claims Related reading: TikTok faces potential 27M GBP fine from ICO

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  • A federal class-action lawsuit alleging doorbell company Ring collected biometric facial images without passersby’s consent can proceed, Bloomberg Law reports. The class is composed of people who do not own Ring doorbells, who sued under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act and alleged Ring failed to obtain their consent before collecting facial biometrics.
  • A group of plaintiffs are resistant to a motion to dismiss a BIPA lawsuit against Amazon because its Alexa smart speaker allegedly collected their “voiceprint,” Biometric Update reports. Amazon sought to dismiss the lawsuit and claimed “voice recordings and transcripts are not ‘voiceprints.’”
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