Editor's Note: This article, authored by David N. Anthony, Mark Furletti, David M. Gettings, Cindy D. Hanson, Stefanie Jackman, Ethan G. Ostroff, Kim Phan, Ronald I. Raether, Jr., Tim J. St. George, Chris Willis, Alan D. Wingfield & Chris Capurso previously appeared in Troutman Pepper’s Consumer Financial Services Law Monitor and is re-published here with permission.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has started the process of issuing rules on several topics affecting the entire ecosystem that collects, sells, and uses data about consumers, according to an Outline of the CFPB’s plans for rulemaking under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) released on September 21. A copy of the Outline can be found here.

The Outline sets out an ambitious agenda for the proposed rulemaking that will have major impacts on:

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