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Daily Dashboard | Supreme Court limits consumer privacy claims in FCRA case Related reading: A view from DC: White House preps a 'bridge' to AI regulation


The U.S. Supreme Court ruled against portions of consumer claims in a case under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Bloomberg Law reports. Justices decided TransUnion did not have to pay out all class members in a court-ordered $40 million settlement due to a lack of material evidence proving harm to consumers. The decision is likely to aid companies battling data breach suits, with new limitations set on a plaintiff's ability to use personal information exposure as a standalone argument.
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