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In: Background checks


Last week, the 9th Circuit issued an opinion that goes into some detail about what may – and what may not…

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Consumer reports are predictive, reliable, and accurate and there are laws in place to ensure and enforce this.  These are the…

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As reported by the Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Judge Yvette Kane of the Middle District of Pennsylvania has approved a “$562,500…

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The Democratic presidential candidates have chimed in on the data debate. They are focusing their attentions on housing, credit reporting, employment…

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The U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia dismissed a putative class action, with prejudice, against First Advantage Background…

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