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Insurance Coverage for Biometric Data Privacy Claims –Tae Andrews Authors Thomson Reuters Practical Law Practice Note

Jun. 24, 2024

Organizations nationwide increasingly use biometric identifiers for various reasons, such as authentication, monitoring, timekeeping, and other purposes uniquely suited to these human markers. In response, several states have adopted laws regulating the collection, use, retention, and disclosure of biometric data. Companies that rely on biometric data now face regulatory risks and private lawsuits.

In his Thomson Reuters Practical Law Practice Note, Counsel Tae Andrews provides an overview of the types of insurance policies that may provide coverage for biometric data claims and costs, analyzes potential coverage issues under those policies, and offers best practices for policyholders seeking coverage for these claims and costs.

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