The Internet is a beast with a long memory. Sometimes the photos and personal information it retains creates a one-sided and unfair impression of an individual, and sometimes the information about the person is just plain wrong. No one can ever assure themselves that this information will not come back to haunt them in any future credit granting decision. To this end, more and more people are making a claim that they have certain rights to privacy that the Internet presently ignores. These rights they say extend to personal information that is normally found in or derived from credit reporting agencies.