Originally Posted by HomeInMyShoes
Well, if it's true, it's definitely a no-no on Amazon's part. It might be fair use to run a credit review for service, but publishing results of said review is definitely off-limits.
That why I said it looks like a case of "post hoc ergo propter hoc" ("after this, therefore because of this"). You can't reasonably conclude that, because she submitted her date of birth on a credit card application, that's where IMDb got the information from. Birth certificates are in the public domain - your date of birth cannot be considered confidential information.