Ruling: FCRA Reporting Limits Don’t Violate 1st Amendment

November 8th, 2012 by krista

Federal Judge Rules FCRA Reporting Limits Don’t Violate 1st Amendment

A Pennsylvania federal judge on rejected a claim by General Information Services Inc. that the Fair Credit Reporting Act is unconstitutional. This allowed a class action alleging that General Information Services gave prohibited criminal information to employers to go forward.

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