WASHINGTON - In what the financial services industry hopes is a sign that state-level fervor to enact privacy protections is easing, a bill is advancing through the North Dakota Legislative Assembly that would roll back the state's strict information-sharing law.

Currently, North Dakota requires financial institutions to get explicit customer permission - an "opt-in" - before sharing their financial data with unaffiliated companies.

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