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Shutterfly Violated Illinois Biometric Law by Collecting, Storing Face Scans from Uploaded Photos, Class Action Says [UPDATE]

by Corrado Rizzi

Last Updated on September 17, 2021

Miracle-Pond-et-al-v-Shutterfly, Inc.

Filed: June 11, 2019 § 2019CH07050

According to a class action, Shutterfly overstepped Illinois biometric privacy law by capturing and storing face scans of individuals in every photo uploaded to its service.


Shutterfly, Inc.





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