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Daily Dashboard | Illinois Supreme Court decision raises stakes on BIPA claims Related reading: FTC discusses consumers' AI concerns


The Chicago Tribune reports a majority opinion from the Illinois Supreme Court set the precedent for Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act claims on a per-scan basis. The ruling relates to a USD17 billion class-action lawsuit brought against fast-food chain White Castle over employee biometric time clock scans. While the majority of justices supported claims accruing each time nonconsensual biometric information is collected, their opinion argued against litigation that has the potential to bankrupt a given business.
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