California Assembly Passes Voice Recognition Device Bill Headed to Senate(2021 #7)
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Hosted by Simone Roach The California Assembly recently passed AB-1262 updating an existing law to further limit the use of personal information collected through connected TVs and smart speaker devices. Specifically, the bill prohibits: * Operating a voice recognition feature of a connected TV or smart speaker without informing the consumer of the feature during setup or installation; * Using any recording or transcription collected through the feature that qualifies as personal information for any advertising purpose (unless deidentified); * Sharing such recordings or transcriptions, unless deidentified, with a third party without the consumer’s affirmative written consent; and * Retaining such non-deidentified recordings or transcriptions electronically without the consumer opting in to such retention during installation or otherwise in the device settings. Blog Post - Subscribe to the Ad Law Access Blog - Contacts Alysa Z. Hutnik (202) 342-8603 Bio - Lauren F. Myers (202) 342-8473  Bio - Subscribe to the Ad Law Access Blog - Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center -…Resource-Center The Advertising and Marketing and Privacy and Information Security practice groups at Kelley Drye have organized this Advertising and Privacy Law Resource Center to help your company navigate the legal landscape. Produced and recorded by Jeff Scurry
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