A nice 9th circuit victory for public record reinvestigations

The 9th Circuit issued a nice summary affirmation last week in a case in which CDIA filed an amicus brief. In Sustrik v. Equifax, the Court affirmed the district court’s dismissal of the Plaintiffs’ claims against Equifax based on an alleged failure to provide a notice of dispute results. In the case below, the Plaintiffs… Continue reading A nice 9th circuit victory for public record reinvestigations

CDIA’s amicus brief accepted by Ark. supreme court

Last week, the Arkansas Supreme Court accepted CDIA’s amicus brief in PBSA v. Jones where we urged the Court to “again reiterate that public records should remain open to the public, and to deter courthouses across the state from implementing policies that frustrate such rights of access.” With its amici partners, the Sue Weaver CAUSE, and Coalition… Continue reading CDIA’s amicus brief accepted by Ark. supreme court

Facebook: Changing help wanted and housing ads

Facebook announced its Second Update on Our Civil Rights Audit.  The announcement impacts how advertisers can post help wanted and housing notices on the platform.  The new notice says that Our policies have always prohibited advertisers from using our tools to discriminate. In 2018, we went further by removing thousands of categories from targeting related… Continue reading Facebook: Changing help wanted and housing ads