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Daily Dashboard | Court cases may determine insurers' responsibility to clients for BIPA violations Related reading: TikTok faces potential 27M GBP fine from ICO

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Two cases before the Illinois Supreme Court could serve as precedent for determining insurance companies’ exposure when their clients violate the state Biometric Information Privacy Act, Insurance Newsnet reports. The first case, Cothron v. White Castle System, Inc., would determine if BIPA violations occur on a “per-scan” basis each time an individual submits to a biometric scan. The other case, The Tims v. Black Horse Carriers, Inc., could determine if BIPA violations fall under Illinois five-year statute of limitations for civil cases or a one-year statute.
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