The state’s stringent 2008 Biometric Identifier Privacy Act (BIPA) means that personally, identifiable information is the same no matter what form it takes on. That’s the message derived from a recent ruling in Illinois Supreme Court on a case involving BIPA regulation. In the case involving a 14-year-old plaintiff, the Court held that Six Flags violated BIPA by requiring a fingerprint in order to obtain a season pass. To learn more watch the video and download here.
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