Without personal data privacy violation class actions, large corporate defendants would be able to cause small amounts of harm over a large group of individuals without any risk of monetary penalty. By holding companies accountable for safely storing your personal information, every consumer will have more control over how their data is used in the future.
The most common biometric identifiers used for identification are:
Though rarely used at the moment, in the near future DNA scanners become more affordable and enter into widespread commercial use.
Examples of biometric data breaches may include:
In the event of a biometric data breach, organizations are typically required to notify affected individuals and regulatory authorities, investigate the breach, and take measures to mitigate the impact and prevent future breaches. Failure to respond appropriately can result in legal and financial consequences that your lawyer can outline for you.
Corporations and businesses risk compliance issues if they fail to get proper consent from employees or fail to safeguard the biometrics they collect and store.
Here are notable examples of employee victories after workplace biometric data violations:
Filing Class Action lawsuits is a complex and serious legal course and can carry monetary sanctions if proper legal course is not followed. The Lyon Firm is dedicated to assisting injured plaintiffs work toward a financial solution to assist in compensating for privacy violations or other damages sustained.
We work with law firms across the country to provide the most resources possible and to build your data privacy case into a valuable settlement. The current legal environment is favorable for workers and consumers involved in data privacy class actions.