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:
- 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 , 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.