The CFPB has two upcoming public events you won’t want to miss. On 15 September, the public can dial-in to the CFPB “listening session” where the CFPB “advisory committees will meet with the Bureau’s Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law to share recommendations on improvements to the current state of federal consumer protection laws, regulations, and practices.” Indeed, we will be covering what is said here on Consumer Privacy World.
Next, our very own Glenn Brown provided a detailed summary of the CFPB’s 5-9 October Tech Sprint. At this multi-day event, regulators, financial institutions, technology gurus, and subject matter experts will come together to shape policy that focuses on “developing a range of innovative approaches to electronically-delivered adverse action notices” required under the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Whether you can make it for none of it or all of it, we will certainly provide the highlights here on Consumer Privacy World.