What the New Financial Privacy Law Means for You?


Ed Mierzwinski
* United States Public Interest Resource Group

Pamela Paul
* Associate Editor, American Demographics Magazine

John Byrne
* Privacy Attorney, American Banking Association

Banks and credit card companies long have been able to sell your account information to other companies. Chances are, your financial information is available to more people than you think. A new law now gives YOU the opportunity to keep your financial information private. But is that enough protection? Juan Williams talks with guests and YOU about YOUR financial privacy.



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