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OnlyFans beats privacy claims

CHICAGO — The parent company of OnlyFans beat a privacy class action filed against it in Illinois federal court. The platform of choice for many subscription-based pornographic content creators, OnlyFans allegedly collected creators’ biometric data via the site’s age verification process; another user says a paid video featuring him appeared on the site without his consent. Despite the allegations, the court lacks personal jurisdiction because the claims do not arise from this Delaware corporation’s contacts in Illinois.

Read the ruling here.

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