State insurance regulators, who are pushing to align their privacy standards with others in the financial services industry, have insurers worried that the new rules will go far beyond those envisioned in the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

The most detailed look yet at possible rule changes came last weekend when the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, based in Kansas City, Mo., issued a draft privacy regulation at its meeting in Orlando.

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