In “Rodriguez Perez v Amazon.com, Inc.“ (Law.com Radar, March 16, 2023), Rodriguez Perez v Amazon.com, Inc., a privacy class action filed in New York Southern District Court over its 'Amazon Go' stores, a retail environment where customers can pick up items and leave without waiting in line to scan and pay, is discussed. The suit, filed by Peter Romer-Friedman Law, Pollock Cohen and the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project, alleges that the stores use palm scanners, body sensors and other technology to collect customers' biometric identifiers in violation of the City of New York's 'Biometric Identifier Information Law.'
Pollock Cohen LLP partner Christopher Leung is representing Mr. Rodriguez Perez in the class-action lawsuit.
The case is 1:23-cv-02251, Rodriguez Perez v. Amazon.com Inc.
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