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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld certification of a class of Illinois users who claim Facebook’s facial recognition violates the state’s biometrics law. (Photo: Facebook)

A class action over Facebook’s facial recognition technology will go forward after a federal appeals court found that the social media site’s app could “violate the plaintiffs’ substantive privacy interests.”

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