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Letter from consumer groups to Experian & T-Mobile Re Data Breach

Following news that a credit-check subsidiary of the credit bureau Experian had been breached and that detailed information -- including Social Security Numbers and birth dates -- of 15 million T-Mobile customers and applicants had been included in the files breached, we issued a statement and also joined several leading groups in a letter to the two firms. In the letter, we asked the firms to give victims free credit freezes, instead of the offered credit monitoring, since only a credit freeze stops new account identity theft.

Big Data and Fintech Resource: Powerpoint by Jeff Chester

This is the powerpoint used by Jeff Chester of Center for Digital Democracy at a 6 Dec 2016 event on Big Data and Fintech.

Group Letter To FTC: Is Facebook In Violation of 2011 Privacy Order?

Recent news stories about Facebook's sharing of consumer information with data broker Cambridge Analytica raise a question: Is Facebook in violation of a 2011 privacy order with the Federal Trade Commission? We join leading groups in a letter to the FTC.

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