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“Publication” has always been an important consideration under the Personal Injury prong of commercial general liability policies (“CGL”). Likewise, questions related to “publication” are growing in importance in litigation involving Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”). For example, Illinois courts have previously found that BIPA claims involving “publication” of biometric information to a third party may trigger coverage under the “personal injury” definition of CGL policies. And now, a recent Illinois Court of Appeals decision has found BIPA violations involving “publication” are subject to a one-year statute of limitations. This recent development may beg the question as to how multiple

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