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There is little dispute that the Illinois Biometric Information Protection Act (“BIPA”) is a unique privacy law to the extent that it creates a private cause of action for any failures to notify individuals before their biometric information is collected and stored. That is, BIPA potentially creates a liability regardless of whether there was a breach of private information. Further complicating matters is the fact that many data collectors that qualify as “financial institutions” or…
  Whenever a group of information professionals gather to share ideas, I generally experience a shower of thoughts and an immediate stimulation of “the little grey cells”. The IFLA CPDWL Satellite Meeting 2019 in Zagreb was no exception. With its international outlook and 160 attendees across different LIS disciplines, as I predicted in my conference preview, I learned something new in every session. Although I will return to the sessions on (1) mentoring, (2)…