Ill. Biometric Privacy Suits Must Claim Actual Harm, Court Says

By Allison Grande (December 22, 2017, 4:54 PM EST) -- An Illinois state appeals court in a dispute involving the allegedly unlawful collection of fingerprints from a Six Flags season pass holder ruled Thursday that plaintiffs must claim some actual harm in order to be considered an "aggrieved person" covered by the state's unique Biometric Information Privacy Act....

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