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Daily Dashboard | Class-action BIPA suit alleges unlawful voice assistant use Related reading: EU mulls backing out of trade, data flow talks with US

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The National Law Review reports a federal court will consider a class-action suit from McDonald's customers in Illinois alleging the fast-food chain violated the state's Biometric Information Privacy Act. Plaintiffs claim voice assistants were utilized at McDonald's drive-thru windows throughout Illinois and collected consumers' biometric information without their express consent. The class is open to "individuals whose voiceprint biometric identifiers or biometric information were collected, captured, stored, transmitted, disseminated, or otherwise used by or on behalf of (customers) within the state of Illinois."
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