Court Overturns Decision in Illinois’ Landmark Biometric Privacy Case

Rules ‘the injury is real and significant' in Six Flags suit

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The Illinois State Supreme Court has reversed a decision in the case brought by a mother against Six Flags after the amusement park captured her son’s thumbprint without written permission, as required under the state’s biometrics law.

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