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Revolut hit with biometric ID class action in Illinois

Payments Dive

Several tech companies have been hit with lawsuits under Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act in recent years.

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X lands money licenses in Illinois, New Mexico

Payments Dive

The social media platform is now nearly halfway to securing the state licenses needed to fulfill owner Elon Musk’s vision of a nationwide payments app.

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Aldi debuts Grabango checkout tech at Chicago-area store

Payments Dive

at a location in the Chicago suburb of Aurora, Illinois. The retailer is working with artificial intelligence startup Grabango to offer the service for the first time in the U.S.

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Cannabis Banking in Illinois: Mitigating Reputation Risk to Financial Institutions

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Despite Federal ambiguity, Illinois State Regulators defined their stances on cannabis banking. One of the biggest questions concerning Illinois Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) and AML professionals is how to handle cannabis and marijuana-related businesses (CRB/MRB) in a constantly changing legal landscape. Illinois State Banking Regulators.

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Illinois Predatory Loan Prevention Act signed into law and now effective

CFPB Monitor

On March 23 , Illinois Governor Pritzker signed into law SB 1792 , which contains the Predatory Loan Prevention Act (the “Act”). The new law became effective immediately upon signing notwithstanding the authority it gives the Illinois Secretary of Financial and Professional Regulation to adopt rules “consistent with [the] Act.”.

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Illinois SMBs Face Tighter COVID-19 Restrictions

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With COVID-19 cases rising in Illinois, operators of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in heavily populated areas face new shutdowns — measures likely to be all the more painful economically because of looming winter weather that will make options such as outdoor dining unattractive, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported.

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Do Consumers Own Digital ID Algorithms? Look To Illinois.

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Illinois’ Role. Many of those efforts are likely to center on Illinois, which has what is commonly regarded as the strictest law in the U.S. The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act , a state law enacted in 2008, gives users a “property interest” in the algorithms that establish their digital identities.

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