Corporate interests seeking to secretly gut the key law that protects a citizen’s privacy

September 21, 2017 by

Congress is considering legislation that would ban class actions under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

The Fair Credit Reporting Act is the key law that is used to protect citizen’s credit reports and credit scores.  Eliminating class actions would eviscerate these key protections.

Here is a link to a very good article on why this legislation should be rejected.

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