Issues: (1) Whether a court can find Article III standing
based on its conclusion that a statute protects a
concrete interest, without determining that the
plaintiff suffered a personal, real-world injury from
the alleged statutory violation; (2) whether a court can find Article III standing
based on a risk that a plaintiff’s personal information
could be misused in the future, without concluding
that the possibility of misuse is imminent; and (3) whether a court can certify a class without deciding a question of law that is relevant to determining whether common issues predominate under Rule
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