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 September 2, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court

Experian has issued a press release indicating that a federal court in California has denied LifeLock’s request to reconsider a ruling which found that LifeLock’s practice of setting 90-day fraud alerts on Experian and other credit bureaus was unlawful:

Experian® today announced that a federal court in California denied a motion by LifeLock Inc. to reconsider the court’s prior ruling which found that LifeLock’s practice of setting 90-day fraud alerts for consumers with the three main credit bureaus is unlawful. Experian filed the lawsuit in 2008 alleging that LifeLock activities were contrary to certain provisions of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA). Experian has requested a permanent injunction, for which a decision is pending.


Hat-tip: SoCalTech.com

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