Illinois Supreme Court Issues Opinion Over Ongoing White Castle Biometric Privacy Case

  • “We conclude that the plain language of section 15(b) and 15(d) shows that a claim accrues under the Act with every scan or transmission of biometric identifiers or biometric information without prior informed consent,” the Illinois Supreme Court said Friday the ruling.
  • In a statement, White Castle told FOX Business it was “deeply disappointed with the court’s decision and the significant business disruption that will be caused to Illinois businesses, which now face potentially huge damages.”
  • “We are reviewing our options to seek further judicial review, given the strong dissenting opinion, which included the Court’s Chief Justice,” the fast-food chain continued. “This dissent justifiably raises serious concerns about today’s opinion.”
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