Sep 262019
 September 26, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, U.S.

Lindsey O’Donnell reports:

Vimeo is under fire for allegedly collecting and storing users’ facial biometrics in videos and photos without their consent or knowledge.

Vimeo, the popular ad-free video platform, is facing a lawsuit that alleges it stored people’s facial biometrics without their consent or knowledge.

The lawsuit, which was filed on Sept. 20, claims Vimeo violated the Illinois Biometrics Information Privacy Act (BIPA).

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