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US states grapple with biometric-data regulation; and Singapore’s green antitrust campaign
14 January 2022 00:00
The collection and storage of biometric data is now occurring on an industrial scale in the United States. However, with no federal privacy rules in place, it has been largely left to the states to develop a data-privacy framework. To date, the states haven’t had much success — but that doesn’t mean that biometric-data regulation is off the agenda in 2022. Also on today’s podcast: how Singapore’s antitrust regulator is gearing up to take into account environmental policy objectives.
31 December 2021 17:00 by Amy MillerEnacting state laws aimed specifically at regulating how businesses collect biometric information, including voice recordings, fingerprints and face scans
29 December 2021 03:58 by Jet Damazo-SantosSingapore’s antitrust regulator continues to navigate the changing economic landscape due to the pandemic.