Daily Digest – November 25. EDPA Judge Partially Denies MTD in FCRA Case; Trade Groups Urge FCC To Strengthen Measures to Fix Call Blocking Issues

EDPA JUDGE PARTIALLY DENIES MTD IN FCRA CASE

  • A District Court judge in Pennsylvania has become the latest to tackle the issue of whether a plaintiff has standing to sue when claiming certain violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, partially denying the defendant’s motion to dismiss in a class-action suit.

TRADE GROUPS, INCLUDING ACA INT’L, URGE FCC TO STRENGTHEN MEASURES TO FIX CALL BLOCKING, MISLABELING ISSUES

  • A number of trade groups, including ACA International, met with representatives of the Federal Communications Commission last week to discuss the agency’s efforts ensure that legitimate calls are not either blocked or mislabeled by carriers, and, when they are, to provide notification to the callers in real-time.

REPORT CALLS OUT STUDENT LOAN DEBT CANCELLATION AS ‘INEFFECTIVE’ FORM OF STIMULUS

  • There is a growing drumbeat for President-elect Joe Biden to cancel some or all of the outstanding student loan debt in America, and proponents of that plan say it would be a boost for the economy should he do it. But a report released last week argues that canceling student loan debt would be an “ineffective form of stimulus” and that there are other ideas that will provide more “bang for the buck.”

CONSUMER ADVOCACY: KRANINGER’S RECORD ‘WARRANTS’ FIRING

WORTH NOTING: Officials are wondering how a 10-foot-high metal block just appeared in Utah’s Red Rock country … A convenience store chain is launching a beer made from donut holes … What it’s like trying to make a television show in the middle of a pandemic … Tips to preserve your car in a pandemic … Should you get paid based on where you work? … We all hunger for social contact, according to new research … The best holiday movies to stream this year … How to socialize in the cold without being miserable … How to tell if your airline seat, hotel room, or car rental is clean.

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