Logos, Links, and Lending: Towards Standardized Privacy and Use Policies for Banking Web Sites
Walter A. Effross
American University Washington College of Law
Ohio Northern University Law Review
As customers go on-line rather than stand in line, financial institutions have been quick to accommodate this new form of interaction by constructing banking Web sites. However, federal regulators are increasingly concerned that the operators of these sites make appropriate disclosures to consumers and implement privacy policies for information collected through such sites.
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JEL Classification: K2, K20, K22, K23
Date posted: December 21, 1998