Use The Beauty & Filter Camera App, B612? Your Photos May Have Been Used Without Your Consent.

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If you have used B612, the beauty and filter camera app, your data may have been shared with third party advertisers without your consent.

As residents of Illinois, you are protected by the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).
This act protects any Illinois resident from having their biometric data, including facial recognition collected without consent.

Biometric data is your Fingerprints, Retina Scans, Voice Recognition and Facial Imaging of any kind.

If you are an Illinois resident who has used B612, the beauty and filter camera app, and believe your biometric data was used without your written consent or without the app explaining its use you may be entitled to monetary compensation.


    Illinois Supreme Court is cracking down on companies collecting Biometric Data without your consent. On January 25, 2019, the Illinois State Supreme Court unanimously ruled that companies that improperly gather people’s data can be sued for damages even without proof of concrete injuries.

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    Learn about the Biometric Information Privacy Act here: