Is Instagram BIPA Settlement a Scam?

Is Instagram BIPA Settlement a Scam?

The Instagram BIPA Settlement is not a scam. Meta, the owner of Instagram, agreed to pay $68.5 million to resolve claims that Instagram violated Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA). The settlement benefits individuals who used Instagram while in Illinois between Aug. 10, 2015, and Aug. 16, 2023.

The deadline for exclusion and objection is Aug. 16, 2023. The final approval hearing for the settlement is scheduled for Oct. 11, 2023. In order to receive a settlement payment, class members must submit a valid claim form by Sept. 27, 2023.

For submit a claim or for more information about the Instagram BIPA class action settlement, please go to:

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Is Instagram BIPA Settlement a Scam?