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What is ‘CalFIPA’?

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The California Financial Information Privacy Act (CalFIPA) was enacted in 2003 to require financial institutions to provide California consumers notice and meaningful choice about how consumers’ nonpublic personal information is shared and to offer greater protection than its federal counterpart the GLBA. The core focus of CalFIPA is to limit the sharing of information.




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