Bankers have been slow to react to their customers' growing privacy concerns, a report says, and they could be risking regulatory intervention.

"If U.S. banks fail to heed their customers' genuine privacy concerns, a call for detailed privacy regulation of bank marketing and on-line commerce operations by state or federal authorities is likely," said the report in the March/April edition of the newsletter Privacy & American Business.

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