Biometric Privacy Rights In The Workplace: What Every Worker Should Know

Your Fingerprints, Your Identity, Your Privacy: Protecting Yourself In The Workplace

With exploding advances in technology, biometric privacy is an increasingly important issue - especially in the workplace. More and more employers are collecting fingerprints, retinal scans, voice recognition and other biometric data for uses such as:

  • Security
  • Identification
  • Timekeeping
  • Employee monitoring

The legal and privacy implications of biometrics in the workplace are immense. As a worker, what are your rights? And how do you protect yourself from misuse of your most personal identifying data?

Learn More About Your Rights By Reading This FREE Publication

At The Law Offices of Todd M. Friedman, P.C., worker privacy rights are of utmost importance to us. Our founding attorney recently authored a white paper on the subject, titled "Your Fingerprints, Your Identity, Your Privacy: Protecting Yourself In The Workplace." By reviewing it, you will learn:

  • What privacy rights you have in California
  • How the law is evolving to address biometric data
  • What to do if you think your rights have been violated

You can download the white paper for free and share it with others.

Todd Michael Friedman
Todd Michael Friedman