House Democrats this week are renewing efforts to enact consumer privacy protections that the financial services industry opposes.

Rep. Jay Inslee on Tuesday introduced the Banking Privacy Act of 1999, which would let consumers block banks from sharing personal information with affiliates or selling it to third parties.

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