Eric Ellman, Author at CDIA
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By: Eric Ellman


In 2019, Colorado passed a law that “automatically prevents the retrieval of criminal records when a case is entirely dismissed” /2/….

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According to a site that caters to landlords and property managers, in October 2022, “federal agents 35-year arrested Latoya Williams at…

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In 2022, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, a consumer reporting agency, took a deep dive into fraud committed against SNAP benefits agencies, and…

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As reported by Law 360, this week, the Third Circuit “adopted a new standard for evaluating whether credit reports are inaccurate…

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Data can be powerful to help consumers, to prevent fraud, align consumers with benefits, to grow small businesses, and so much…

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Legislation in New York clearly recognizes the power of data sharing to help the state’s residents ease their way into government…

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Jonathan Rose Companies is “a leading developer of affordable residential communities.” In May 2022, the company announced that, because of its…

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The consumer data industry knows how important it is to be right. For starters, accuracy is baked into federal law. Accuracy…

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Earlier this week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 8th Circuit denied landlord plaintiff-appellants challenging the Minneapolis fair chance ordinance…

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This week, a federal court in California largely tossed a case against several retailers and a data analytics company over allegations…

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