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California’s Bot Transparency Law Goes into Effect on July 1, 2019

California wants to ensure that consumers know what they are talking to. On July 1, 2019, California’s new bot disclosure law will take effect, requiring bots to be upfront about their inhumanity.  The law prohibits bots from communicating with a person in California with the intent to mislead as to their artificial identity for the … Continue Reading

First Federal Legislation Proposed Relating to Protection of Biometrics

Amidst privacy concerns and booming technological innovation, Sens. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) have introduced a bill proposed as the “Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act of 2019” (CFRPA) targeting arguably the most “personal” biometric identifier—our face. While several states have enacted legislation relating to protection of biometric identifiers, this is the first federal … Continue Reading

The Bank Next Door: Part I – Using Social Media to “Friend” Customers

[This post is the first in a series of post which will examine the risks, rewards, innovative uses, and changing legal landscape of social media use by financial services institutions. Future blog posts will examine topics such as: monitoring and managing consumer complaints through social media, disgruntled employee use of social media, and control over content and message. … Continue Reading
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