Banks and the White House are expected to square off during a two-day hearing that gets under way today on privacy provisions in financial reform legislation.

Industry representatives are expected to testify that the protections in the House-passed bill are more than adequate. The bill, approved July 1, would let customers prohibit banks from sharing account information with third-party marketers.

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