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Privacy Concerns Featuring: The Battle Over BIPA Claims

By Nataly Yosef on Friday, June 22nd, 2018

“Digital freedom stops where that of users begins…Nowadays, digital evolution must no longer be a customer trade-off between privacy and security. Privacy is not to sell, it’s a valuable asset to protect.” ― Stephane Nappo Privacy-related litigation has found fame in the wake of Biometric Information Privacy Act claims. Ten years ago Illinois passed the…

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