White Paper: The Rising Tide of BIPA Claims

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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