Steven Furlong is discussing:

The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Friday that consumers falsely labeled potential terrorists by a credit reporting agency could not seek damages unless they could prove injury.

In line the majority ruling, if I start calling you a pedophile in a blog but none of your neighbors read that blog, you haven't been harmed and have no cause for complaint.

Clarence Thomas, as usual, got it right: "Mistakenly" labeling people as potential terrorists is a harm in itself, even if they are never denied a car loan.