CBS News was one of many outlets that covered the decision by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to sue TransUnion.
"TransUnion is an out-of-control repeat offender that believes it is above the law," CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said in the statement. "I am concerned that TransUnion's leadership is either unwilling or incapable of operating its businesses lawfully."
The CFPB was unable to ignore all of the complaints they have received about the same things over and over again - and took steps to hold TransUnion accountable.
Considering the amount of pull they have over people's lives and credit, it makes sense that the arm of the government that is there to make sure you are actually treated fairly stepped in.
You can see the video of the story that CBS did, or read the story at -
Feds sue TransUnion, calling it "unwilling or incapable" of operating lawfully
Link to the coverage: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/transunion-cfpb-dark-patterns-consumer-credit/