Six Flags contests biometric law with Illinois Supreme Court

Posted Monday, November 26, 2018 9:25 AM | Contributed by Jeff

The case centers on the mother of a teenage boy, who brought a suit against Six Flags after her son’s thumbprint was scanned for season pass entry. Lawyers for the family argue that the move violated the law, but the company has said that, since there was no actual harm done by the collection of the print, they aren’t liable.

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