WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a proposal Tuesday that would allow financial institutions to post their privacy notices online rather than by paper delivery under certain circumstances.

The move was largely seen as a positive by the industry because institutions would no longer have to print and mail out the often lengthy annual privacy notices so long as they limit sharing consumer data with outside firms.

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