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Daily Dashboard | State supreme court sets five-year window for Illinois BIPA claims Related reading: A view from DC: White House preps a 'bridge' to AI regulation



The Quad-City Times reports the Supreme Court of Illinois ruled Biometric Information Privacy Act claims can be pursued up to five years after an alleged violation. Supreme court justices voted 5-0 on the new statute of limitation, noting the timeframe would "comport with the public welfare" and allow claimants "sufficient time to discover the violation and take action." Justices further justified their stance with their opinion that "the full ramifications of the harms associated with biometric technology is unknown."
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