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  • "The court concludes Equifax engaged in reprehensible conduct that caused real harm to Miller," Brown wrote. "The amount of the punitive-damages award, although within constitutional limits, nevertheless, should be enough to deter Equifax and others similarly situated from repeating this type of conduct in the future."

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  • Judge Anna J. Brown said Wednesday that she reduced the punitive damages to bring the amount more in line with the $180,000 in compensatory damages.

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