Shutterfly Users in Illinois: You may be entitled to relief.

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In Illinois, it is illegal for a company to collect or store a person’s face scan without that person’s written permission.  Shutterfly’s use of facial recognition software may violate Illinois law, and Shutterfly users who uploaded photographs of themselves to their Shutterfly account may be entitled to $5,000 for each violation of the law.

We’re Here to Help

We are currently filing claims on behalf of Illinois residents who use Shutterfly.

To learn more, please contact us at 618-656-5150 (just ask to speak to someone about Shutterfly) or simply complete this form:

Illinois Law Protects Your Privacy

Companies collecting biometric identifiers, such as face scans, must comply with the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act. The law provides damages of $1,000 per negligent violation and $5,000 per willful violation.

You Must Take Action

Shutterfly’s Terms of Service restrict customers’ ability to obtain relief in court or through class actions. This means that you cannot rely on someone else to make a claim on your behalf.

Illinois law provides significant relief, but you cannot recover anything unless you take action.

But you don’t have to do it alone. We will fight to get you the compensation you deserve.

Contact us to learn more.

About Our Firm

Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli, P.C. practices in the area of consumer protection and privacy law. Recently, we litigated and obtained a $24 million settlement for purchasers of personal seat licenses from the former St. Louis Rams football team. Read more about the settlement here.  Find out more information about our firm here.

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