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Elizabeth Warren: 'behavioral economics' birthed CFPB's credit card data-mining

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren was a passionate advocate of a controversial academic theory known by its enthusiasts as “behavioral economics” during her time as a Harvard law professor. Today, Warren's theory is the rationale behind the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's sweeping consumer credit card data-mining surveillance program that has alarmed civil liberties experts, financial industry...

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