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1998: Sec. Andrew Cuomo Defends Affirmative Action Mortgage Policy

Andrew Cuomo admits "affirmative action" determined housing policy during his tenure at HUD. New York's new governor defiantly ...

EFF to HUD: Algorithms Are No Excuse for Discrimination

To resist disclosing any information about how its algorithm was designed or functioned. The likely result would be that plaintiffs and their legal teams would only be allowed to inspect and criticize these systems subject to a nondisclosure order, meaning that it would be difficult to share information about their flaws and marshal public pressure to change the ways the algorithms work. Many of these algorithms are black boxes, and their creators want to keep it that way. That’s part of why it’s so important for plaintiffs to be able to sue the landlord, bank, or insurance company implementing the model: to ensure that these entities have an incentive to stop using algorithmic models with discriminatory effects, even if the model maker may try to hide behind trade secrets law to avoid disclosing how the algorithm in question operates.

NC Fed Court Dismisses TCPA Claim in Nationstar Mortgage Suit

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anybody recall the details how bill clinton got the affirmative action mortgage laws changed in 1995?

robert greenwald and james h.


In the late 1990's, the then CEO Franklin Raines relaxed lending standards at Fannie Mae to allow subprime borrowers to obtain loans. This was done under the direction of the Clinton Administration. Relaxing of Lending Standards
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