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Bush Signs CAN-SPAMNews Item
CAN-SPAM Sent to President BushNews Item
House to Consider the "CAN SPAM" Act Today, Approval LikelyNews Item
President Bush Signs Fair Credit Reporting ActNews Item
House Poised to Consider "No Spam" Bill Next WeekNews Item
Bush Expected to Sign Fair Credit Reporting ActNews Item
Agreement Reached on Fair Credit Reporting ActNews Item
Conferees Meet on FCRANews Item
FCRA Passed by Senate, Moves to ConferenceNews Item
An Information Security ProgramNews Item
Make Sure Your Agency's Phone Number Generates Caller ID by January 29, 2004News Item
Senate to Take Up Fair Credit Reporting Act This WeekNews Item
Senate Passes Bill Providing for "Do Not Spam" RegistryNews Item
Senate Expected to Vote This Week on FCRA ReauthorizationNews Item
Senate Banking Committee Reports FCRA LegislationNews Item
Wisconsin Governor to President Bush: Don't Preempt Tougher State Do Not Call LawNews Item
Court Stay Allows FTC to Operate Do-Not-CallNews Item
Pennsylvania Seeks to Ban Lender for Allegedly Violating State Do-Not-Call LawNews Item
Telemarketers Refuse to Give FCC Copy of National Do-Not-Call ListNews Item
PIA National Asks 18-Month "Cooling Off Period" for Do Not CallNews Item
Status of National Do Not Call Registry - FCC Says No-Call is a "Go"News Item
Second Ruling Against No-CallNews Item
Ruling on "Do Not Call" Sparks Action in CongressNews Item
Senate Markup on FCRA Bill Slated for Tuesday, September 23, 2003; PIA to AttendNews Item
House Passes FCRA Reauthorization, Shelby Files Senate BillNews Item
Allstate Insurance Company, Telemarketer Pay $23,000 to Resolve "Do Not Call" Complaints in PennsylvaniaNews Item
PIA Comments on FCC Delay of NO-FAX Rule in National UnderwriterNews Item
State Integration With the National Do Not Call RegistryNews Item
FCC Extends Deadline on "NO-FAX" RulesNews Item
House FCRA Bill Provisions and ImplicationsNews Item
Further Detail on House FCRA Bill Provisions and ImplicationsNews Item
PIA Asks FCC to Reverse Rule Restricting Association Communication With Their MembersNews Item
Senate Holds Final FCRA HearingNews Item
Committee Passes FCRA BillNews Item
Carriers Express Concern About FCRA AmendmentNews Item
Mark-Up of FCRA Bill Scheduled This WeekNews Item
Treasury Secretary to Testify on FCRANews Item
Oxley Says White House to Decide FCRA StrategyNews Item
CA Governor Endorses Tough Privacy Bill With "Opt In" StandardNews Item
Insurance Based Credit Scoring Addressed at House Hearing on FCRANews Item
FCRA Reauthorization Discussions Begin in HouseNews Item
Financial Services Roundtable Says Failure to Renew FCRA Would Cost $90 Billion a YearNews Item
House, Senate Committees Schedule Hearings on PrivacyNews Item
PIA Files Comments With FCC on National No-Call RulesNews Item
What to Do About HIPAA?News Item
FCRA Bill Introduced in SenateNews Item
President Bush Signs "Do Not Call" BillNews Item
NAIC Working Group Adopts "Report on Improving Privacy Notices"News Item
Sen. Shelby Seeks to Put His Own Stamp on LegislationNews Item
2003 PIA Position Paper: PrivacyNews Item
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Jon Gentile
Director of Federal Affairs
(703) 518-1365

Patricia A. Borowski
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