Members of the Washington State Senate and House of Representatives plan to reintroduce the Washington Privacy Act and another bill on facial-recognition technology Monday at 2 p.m. PST. The Washington Privacy Act would give state residents the right to know who is using their data, the right to correction and the right to opt out of certain forms of data processing. A previous version of the bill had passed through the state Senate last year before failing to come to the floor of the House for a vote. The second bill would limit government's and law enforcement's use of facial-recognition technology.
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