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Were your biometric privacy rights violated?

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Illinois Privacy Rights Lawyers

Did a business scan your fingerprint or face without your specific written consent? If so, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

Biometric information, like thumbprints, fingerprints, face scans, and voice scans are now widely used by businesses for a variety of reasons–some good, some bad.

Illinois law requires that a business get your specific written consent before they can use your biometric information and prohibits businesses from profiting from your biometrics. If they don’t get your specific written consent, you may be entitled to significant compensation of $5,000 per violation.

Common types of biometric information:

  • Thumbprint
  • Fingerprint
  • Face scan
  • Eye scan
  • Voice scan

If any business uses any of these types of information and you did not give them specific written consent to use it, you may be entitled to significant compensation. To find out more, fill out the form and we will contact you.

About Michael Kozlowski

michael_kozlowskiMike is a litigator who counsels individuals and entities on a variety of complex litigation matters including commercial litigation, insurance litigation, class actions, data privacy litigation, environmental litigation including CERCLA, RCRA, and OPA, breach of fiduciary duty, disputes arising out of corporate transactions, and business law. Mike has successfully served as trial counsel for clients in high-stakes litigation and has experience in both state and federal courts. Read more.

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If you believe your biometric privacy rights have been violated or have questions regarding your biometrics case, contact us today for a free consultation at (312) 319-7682, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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