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Judge: Third-party tech vendors may not be on the hook for employee fingerprint scans under IL biometrics law
A Cook County judge has ruled third party vendors who supply fingerprint-scanning time clocks to employers may be able to sidestep attempts to sue them under a state biometric privacy law that has been used to target Illinois employers of all sizes and types with potentially crippling class action lawsuits.
A woman has brought a class action lawsuit against her employer, property management company CH Ventures LLC, over the way the company required workers to use a so-called biometric employee time tracking system when punching the clock.
Worker alleges NEP Electronics broke IL privacy law by making workers scan 'biometrics' when punching clock
A Cook County man has filed a class action lawsuit against the electronics parts manufacturer that employed him, alleging they improperly forced him and his coworkers to verify their identities using so-called biometric scans when they punched the clock each work day.
A worker has filed a class action lawsuit against his employer, a marketer of ink and coating products, alleging the company violated a state privacy law in the way it required workers to use biometric time clocks to track their work hours.
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A class action wants Nintendo to pay up after players experienced what they said was a defective controller for the Switch video game console.
An Indiana man is suing Burger King Corporation, alleging the fast food purveyor violated an Illinois biometrics law by requiring workers to scan fingerprints when punching the clock.
An employee has brought a class action lawsuit against a Bolingbrook metal stamping and fabrication shop, alleging his employer violated an Illinois biometric privacy law by requiring workers to scan their fingerprints when punching the clock.
An office furniture seller and its corporate parent has been hit with a class action lawsuit, accusing it of violating an Illinois biometric privacy law by requiring workers to scan their fingerprints when punching the time clock each shift.
Class action: Brake maker Power Stop wrongly forced workers to scan 'biometric identifiers' when punching clock
A man who formerly worked for a car brake maker has filed a class action lawsuit, accusing his employer of violating an Illinois privacy law in the way it required employees to scan their "biometrics" when punching in and out of work shifts.
Victims of a data breach filed suit July 18 against the vape company Thesy LLC in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging failure to properly secure information.