Banks could make the disclosures required by federal consumer protection laws over the Internet instead of on paper under a bipartisan bill introduced in Congress this week.

Under the Electronic Disclosures Delivery Act of 1999, financial companies could provide on-line notices to satisfy laws covering everything from fair credit to mortgages, from Truth-in-Lending to car leasing.

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