A Federal Reserve Board proposal does not go far enough to protect the confidentiality of fair-lending self-tests, industry officials charged in comment letters.

"The board's proposed regulations implementing this new self-testing privilege fall far short of what is required by the statute," wrote Paul A. Smith, senior federal counsel at the American Bankers Association.

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