This bill would prohibit a person from capturing a biometric identifier of another individual for a commercial purpose without that individual's consent
This bill would provide certain requirements for the storage, use, and destruction of biometric identifiers of another individual captured for a commercial purpose
This bill would also provide a civil penalty for a violation and would authorize the Attorney General to pursue that penalty on behalf of an injured party
Relating to privacy rights; to prohibit the capture of a biometric identifier for a commercial purpose without consent; to provide requirements for the storage, use, and destruction of biometric identifiers captured for a commercial purpose; and to provide a civil penalty for a violation.
|February 20, 2020
|Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Judiciary
|HB295 Alabama 2020 Session - Introduced