Recently, the CFPB released an outline of proposed measures related to the Bureau’s Dodd-Frank Section 1033 rulemaking efforts that would allow consumers to take control of their personal financial data and determine which third parties could have access to such data. The CFPB is seeking comments on the rulemaking, by January 25, 2023.Continue Reading CFPB Starts Year Seeking Comments on Proposals to Give Consumers Enhanced Control of Financial Data
Baltimore recently prohibited several uses of “face surveillance” technology. Under the new law companies cannot use systems that identify or verify individuals based on their face. The law also prohibits saving information gathered from these systems. Getting an individual’s consent is not a way around the prohibition. Nor is promising not to connect information gathered with other personal information.
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