BITS, the technology policy division of the Bank Policy Institute, ABA and SIFMA submitting a comment letter urging the FTC to harmonize new regulatory requirements in a revised version of the Safeguards Rule. The Associations urge the FTC to ease unnecessary compliance burdens and ensure a revised Rule does not include significant substantive gaps.
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