in Newswire Published on August 10, 2022

Class Action Claims Biometric Identification Vendor ID.me’s Data Policy Violates Illinois Law [UPDATE]

Skinner v. ID.me, Inc.

Filed: August 8, 2022 § 2022CH07688

A lawsuit alleges identity verification vendor ID.me violated an Illinois privacy law by failing to maintain a legally compliant biometric data retention policy.

Defendant(s)

ID.me, Inc.

State(s)

Illinois

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Last Updated on August 11, 2022 — 2:14 PM

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