Feds Release Usable Model Consumer Privacy Notice

There was much cheering when federal regulators finally released their Final Model Privacy Notice Form back in November.

That was quickly followed by a gnashing of teeth when it turns out the regulators did not understand the concept of a form or how to use Adobe Acrobat. They merely created a static document that you would have to spend hours trying to recreate.

They finally released version of the model privacy notice that is a fillable form using adobe acrobat.

To obtain a legal “safe harbor” and so satisfy the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act’s disclosure requirements, institutions must follow the instructions in the model form regulation when using the Online Form Builder.

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One Response to Feds Release Usable Model Consumer Privacy Notice

  1. David Lanphear April 21, 2010 at 5:35 pm #

    Wow. Great article. I’ve been looking for a simple way of laying out a privacy notice with the right forms and everything and this is it. Thanks for the info in such a quick, concise and informative manor!