The Clinton-Gore privacy plan released by the White House on April 30 contains a series of proposals that would significantly expand existing law.

Noteworthy is its extraordinary effort to integrate state attorneys general as well as plaintiff's lawyers into the enforcement of federal privacy law. Most significant are the proposed amendments to the landmark Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, passed by Congress just last November; and for which implementing regulations were issued last week and this week.

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