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Illinois Supreme Court Rules for Biometric Privacy:  In this extended interview from Employment Law This Week (February 5, 2019), James J. Oh, a Member of the Firm at Epstein Becker Green, discusses a cause of action under Illinois’s stringent biometric privacy law that does not require a plaintiff to show that he or she suffered actual harm. The Illinois Supreme Court has held that the only requirement is proof of a violation of the individual’s rights. The case in question involved a teenager who was fingerprinted when he bought a season pass to an amusement park.