Virtual Try-On (VTO)

Welcome to the 2022 Q3 edition of the Artificial Intelligence & Biometric Privacy Report, your go-to source for keeping you in the know on all recent major artificial intelligence (“AI”) and biometric privacy developments that have taken place over the course of the last three months. We invite you to share this resource with your colleagues and visit Squire Patton Boggs’ Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets and Privacy & Data Breach Litigation homepages for more information about our capabilities and team.

Also, we are extremely pleased to announce that our own Kristin Bryan was named as a 2022 Law360 Cybersecurity & Privacy MVP. As Law360 notes, “[t]he attorneys chosen as Law360’s 2022 MVPs have distinguished themselves from their peers by securing hard-earned successes in high-stakes litigation, complex global matters and record-breaking deals.” You can read more about Kristin’s Law360 award here: Law360 MVP Awards Go to 188 Attorneys From 78 Firms.

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CPW’s Kristin Bryan was recently interviewed about “BIPA and Forthcoming Changes to Biometric Privacy Laws” on the LexisNexis Practical Guidance Podcast’s third episode of the Data Privacy Series. During her interview with Kevin Hylton, who hosts the podcast, Kristin sets the stage for the rise in BIPA class action claims in areas such

In case you missed it, below are recent posts from Consumer Privacy World covering the latest developments on data privacy, security and innovation. Please reach out to the authors if you are interested in additional information.

CPW’s Shea Leitch and Kyle Dull to Speak at ACC South Florida’s 12th Annual CLE Conference

CPW’s David Oberly

Recently, eyewear brands that offer virtual try-on (“VTO”) tools—which allow website visitors to “try before they buy” while shopping online—have faced a barrage of class action lawsuits alleging violations of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). Importantly, however, BIPA suits are not the only legal risks that continue to increase for eyewear retailers today,