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Daily Dashboard | Illinois lawmakers consider BIPA changes Related reading: What's new and what's not in the EU's AI regulation

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Lawmakers are considering changes to Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act following lawsuits and complaints from businesses, The Center Square reports. Senate Bill 300 would provide 30 days for an entity to correct a potential BIPA violation before an individual could file a lawsuit unless a breach of their information occurred. Shook, Hardy, and Bacon Partner and Biometric Privacy Task Force Director Melissa Siebert said there have been “more than 1,000 BIPA actions filed in federal court since mid-2017,” with 239 new cases filed in the last six months.
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