While industry continues to voice its opposition to the CFPB’s proposal to publicly disclose consumer complaint narratives, some news groups think the CFPB’s proposal doesn’t go far enough.  The Reporters Committee and eight news organizations have submitted a comment letter asking the CFPB to remove from its proposal the requirement for a consumer to consent to disclosure of his or her narrative.  They assert in the letter that the complaints are already subject to disclosure as public records under the Freedom of Information Act, regardless of whether the sender opts to post them online.