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Daily Dashboard | Kronos agrees to $15M settlement for violating Illinois' BIPA Related reading: Legal analysis of Iowa's new privacy law



Employee time management software maker Kronos has agreed to pay $15.28 million to settle a class-action lawsuit, the Cook County Record reports. The settlement comes after Kronos was accused of violating Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act because the company allegedly did not secure permission from other companies’ workers before those employers required their workers to use Kronos’ fingerprint-scanning timeclocks. Under the terms of the settlement, class members could collect between $290 to $580 each, depending on the number of claims filed.
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