Lawsuit claims Rivers Casino surveillance cameras were spying on women. Share ; Share ; Share ; Updated: August 9, 2018 - 6:01 PM . PITTSBURGH — Two women are suing Rivers Casino and some of its Lawsuits Allege Rivers Casino Illegally Surveilled Customer Cell Phones. Posted on: August 9, 2018, 03:00h. Last updated on: August 9, 2018, 12:05h. The lawsuit seeks to recover unpaid wages for all hourly, tipped employees who were paid a base wage that was at or below the federal or state minimum wage who worked anytime from April 28, 2017 to the present at the following locations: (1) Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, Illinois; (2) Rivers Casino in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; (3) Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and (4) Rivers The lawsuit against Rivers Casino targeted the casino’s use of facial recognition technology in its video surveillance system to track the movements of people within the casino. The lawsuit said the technology creates a digital record, unique to each person, using each person’s facial geometry. When paired with information from the casino’s customer rewards program, the facial A Rivers Casino lawsuit brief was filed to complicate matters. The result of the lawsuit could put the brakes on DFS in the Empire State and have a ripple effect on NY sports betting, as well. The fact that Rivers Casino has joined the fray makes it more serious. Why the Rivers Casino lawsuit brief was filed . White v. Cuomo was originally filed shortly after the state enacted its Interactive Casino Fired Employee for Asking for Medical Leave for Cancer Treatment, Federal Agency Charged. CHICAGO - Midwest Gaming, LLC (operating as Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, Ill.) will pay $60,000 and furnish other relief to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency announced today.
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