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Joe Lazzarotti Discusses Biometric Data Privacy Concerns Regarding Wearable Devices for College Athletes

  • October 24, 2019
  • From Law360

Joe Lazzarotti discusses concerns surrounding potential threats to student athletes’ biometric data privacy stemming from the increasing popularity of wearable devices designed to monitor vitals and lifestyle habits in “States On Deck To Protect College Athlete Biometric Privacy,” published by Law360.

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