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CFPB documents on former ACORN operative

CFPB documents on former ACORN operative

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Date Created:October 15, 2013

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RE: FOIA Request #CFPB-2013-219-F
October 2013
Mr. Sean Dunagan
Judicial Watch
425 Third Street, STE 800
Washington, District Columbia 20024
Dear Mr. Dunagan:
This letter final response your Freedom Information Act (FOIA) request dated August
21, 2013. Your request sought any/all records regarding related the attendance and
participation in, the Leaders Housing Counseling Forum any employee the CFPB
December 2012. Also you have requested any records communication between any
employee/representative the CFPB and any employee/representative the National Housing
Resource Center between December 2012 and the present. search Offices External Affairs and Research, Markets, Regulations for documents
responsive your request produced total pages. those pages, have determined that pages the records are granted full and page granted part Title U.S.C. 552
FOIA Exemption exempts from disclosure personnel medical files and similar files the
release which would cause clearly unwarranted invasion personal privacy. This requires
balancing the public right disclosure against the individual right privacy. The type
information that have withheld belongs third party that are considered personal. The
privacy interests the individuals the records you have requested outweigh any minimal
public interest disclosure the information. Any private interest you may have that
information does not factor into the aforementioned balancing test.
You may appeal any the responses decisions set forth above. you choose file
appeal, you must within calendar days from the date this letter. Your appeal must writing, signed you your representative, and should contain the rationale for the appeal.
You may send your appeal via the mail (address below), email ( fax (1-855FAX-FOIA (329-3642)).
Your appeal should addressed to:
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Chief FOIA Officer
Freedom Information Appeal
1700 Street,
Washington, D.C. 20552
For questions concerning our response, please feel free contact CFPB FOIA Service Center email telephone 1-855-444-FOIA (3642).
Martin Michalosky
FOIA Manager
Operations Division