Lithuanian court's decision to allow credit companies use data on social media 'ground-breaking'

After the Supreme Administrative Court of Lithuania recently ruled that companies can use information people share on social media to assess their credit worthiness, specialists say the decision will have a huge influence on credit prices.

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