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Credit Bureau #441033

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 11, 1968
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(Studio) Credit bureau hearings continue in DC. John Baker testifies bad credit report led to unemployment. Film of hearings shown. [BAKER - talks of damage done by report] [Retail Credit Company Robert BICCUM - says most who complain are reaping harvest of own past actions.] [QUESTIONER - wonders what role gossip plays in reports] [BICCUM - denies this large factor. Says hearsay is basis of civilization.] [U. of Michigan professor Arthur MILLER - cites Credit Data Corporation action. Says dossiers threaten individual privacy.]
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David
Duration:
00:03:00

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