CFPB to Reward Banks That Don't Share Private Data

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau offered a carrot and stick to financial institutions, proposing a rule Tuesday that would reward banks that limit the amount of consumer data they share by allowing them to post their privacy policies online rather than mailing out annual notices to each customer.

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