San Francisco Chronicle: Financial privacy measure on its last legs

Christian Berthelsen reports that the California Assembly may not bring the Financial Information Privacy Act up for a vote before the end of the legislative session midnight Saturday.

A group called Californians for Privacy Now has been formed to place an initiative on the ballot in the event the legislature fails to act.

Craig Newmark of craigslist.org also speaks out on the issue.

Like Mr. Ed, I never speak, unless I have something to say … and I happen to know a few things about forthcoming financial privacy legislation, so here goes.

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