As per above, many countries don't.jeff1970 wrote: ↑Nov 10th, 2017 6:35 pmI don't think so...I know they were looking into the UK Equifax too.
However, I do believe that in extreme cases like this, companies like Equifax need full execution or also known as Corporate Capital Punishment. Put them out of business completely. Obviously they're incompetent and don't deserve to have government permission to exist (since they are regulated).
That would leave just Transunion in Canada...perhaps Experian would set up shop in Canada again.
Yes, but by the looks of things, and by their ongoing effective duopoly on consumer data, and lack of repercussions (even that hearing seemed more symbolic than anything) - it seems they will not pay
I heard there are many class suits - but I mean who are we kidding? They have profited just collecting personal data from people and will pay from those coffers.