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  • Former Equifax and Yahoo CEOs Testify on Data Breaches
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    Equifax Data Breach

    The Senate Commerce Committee held a hearing on data breaches and ways to further secure the personal information of consumers. Witnesses included the current and former CEOs of Equifax who…

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  • Senate Banking Panel Examines Consumer Data Protection at Credit Bureaus
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    Equifax Data Breach

    Representatives of the credit reporting industry and consumer protection groups were among the witnesses at a hearing on potential legislative responses to the Equifax data breach, which…

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  • Washington Journal Dennis Kelleher Discusses Senate Legislation on Class Action Lawsuits
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    Dennis Kelleher on Senate Legislation on Class Action Lawsuits

    Dennis Kelleher talked about the Senate’s vote to repeal a rule that made it easier for consumers to file class action lawsuits against financial institutions.

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  • Former Equifax CEO Testifies Before Senate Banking Panel
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    Senate Banking Committee Hearing on Equifax Data Breach

    Former Equifax Chair and CEO Richard Smith testified before the Senate Banking Committee on the company’s data breach that left more than 140 million consumers' data at risk. Senators focused their…

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  • Senate Banking Hearing Focuses on Wells Fargo Unauthorized Accounts
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    Wells Fargo Unauthorized Accounts

    Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan testified at a hearing on the bank’s business practices. Wells Fargo had faced scrutiny since 2016 when it was revealed that customers had unknowingly been enrolled for…

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  • Former Equifax CEO Testifies on Data Breach
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    House Financial Services Committee Hearing on Equifax Data Breach

    Following the House vote, the committee resumed its questioning of former Equifax CEO Richard Smith.

    1,249 views
  • Lawmakers Grill Former Equifax CEO Over Data Breach
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    House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Hearing on Equifax Data Breach

    Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith testified before a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee on the credit ratings agency’s data breach that put the personal and financial records of more than 140…

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  • Washington Journal Mike Litt Discusses Congress Response to the Equifax Breach
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    Mike Litt on Congress' Response to the Equifax Breach

    Mike Litt talked about recent congressional hearings and response to the Equifax data breach that left more than 140 million consumers' data at risk.

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  • Washington Journal Representative Leonard Lance RNJ Discusses the Republican Tax Plan
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    Representative Leonard Lance on Equifax Data Breach and Tax Policy

    Representative Leonard Lance (R-NJ) talked about the previous day House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing on the Equifax data breach as well as the Republican tax reform plan.

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  • Securities and Exchange Commission Oversight Hearing
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    Securities and Exchange Commission Oversight Hearing

    Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Jay Clayton testified before the Senate Banking Committee on his agency’s priorities and agenda. Mr. Clayton addressed the 2016 SEC data breach, saying he…

    727 views
  • Senate Democrats Hold News Conference on Forced Arbitration
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    Senate Democrats on Forced Arbitration

    Senate Democrats, including Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), held a press conference on their opposition to Republican efforts to repeal a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB)…

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  • Washington Journal Michael Burg Discusses the Equifax Data Breach
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    Michael Burg on the Equifax Data Breach

    Michael Burg talked aobut consumers' rights in the wake of the massive data breach on the credit reporting agency Equifax. The attack exposed the personal information of up to 143 million…

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  • Washington Journal Chuck Collins Discusses Predatory Home Financing Practices
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    Chuck Collins on Predatory Home Financing Practices

    Chuck Collins talked his American Prospect article, “Private Equity: The New Neighborhood Loan Shark,” on the rise of “contract-for-deed” mortgages and the risk for buyers. He said in his research for…

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  • Senator Warren on Equifax Security Data Breach
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    Senator Warren on Equifax Security Data Breach

    Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) talked about the recent Equifax data breach and introduces a bill to reform privacy requirements and the way customer information is handled.

    240 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on a question about the massive data breach on the credit reporting agency Equifax: “Are you concerned about personal…

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  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines were open for viewer calls and social media comments on a question about the massive data breach on the credit reporting agency Equifax: “Are you concerned about personal…

    451 views
  • House Hearing Focuses on ID Protection Efforts
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    Identity Protection and Social Security Numbers

    Witnesses testified at a joint hearing on preventing identity theft by reducing the federal government’s use of Social Security numbers.

    630 views
  • Hearing Explores IRS Record Retention Policies
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    IRS Electronic Records

    The House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Oversight held a hearing to examine the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) practices of retaining electronic records and responding to taxpayer requests.…

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  • emPHH Corporation v Consumer Financial Protection Bureauem
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    PHH Corporation v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

    The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral argument in PHH Corporation v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a case that could determine the future of the consumer protection agency created by the Dodd-Frank…

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  • Communicators with Terrell McSweeny
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    Communicators with Terrell McSweeny

    Federal Trade Commissioner Terrell McSweeny (D) talked about the recent ransomware attack on institutions in some 150 countries. She also spoke about the FTC’s role in protecting consumer…

    537 views
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