Wendy Davis reports:
Shutterfly is asking a federal judge in Illinois to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the company of violating a state privacy law by compiling a database of “faceprints.”
“Helping a user re-identify his own friends within his own digital photo album does not violate any law,” Shutterfly writes in a dismissal motion filed on Friday with U.S. District Court Judge Charles Norgle in Illinois.
Shutterfly’s papers come in response to a lawsuit filed in June by Illinois resident Brian Norberg.
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