The “Superman” rollercoaster at Six Flags Great America. [Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons]

The Illinois Supreme Court on Friday found a 14-year-old boy was “aggrieved” when Six Flags Great America took his fingerprints in 2014 without the consent of a parent — a decision that will have major effects on dozens of other cases pending that hinge on the interpretation of Illinois’ strongest-in-the-nation biometric privacy law.

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