A recent decision issued by the Supreme Court of Illinois seems to stand for the proposition that the risk of harm to an individual stemming from a violation of the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act is so great that an impacted individual need not establish actual harm or injury to bring a claim. Rather, according to the Supreme Court of Illinois, exposure to the risk of actual harm or injury, standing alone, is sufficient.Read more »
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