Harm and Injury: Illinois Court Approves BIPA Settlement

An amusement park has agreed to a settlement of $36 million for mandating its customers to give biometric information before entry into the park following a customer’s class action accusing the amusement park of failure to obtain consent and give notice of the collection; actual injury need not be proven in order to qualify for damages.  Customers have a right to get $200 back !

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