Although almost every sector of the U.S. economy practices consumer profiling,perhaps the most substantive challenge to consumer privacy is found in the activities surrounding the use and disclosure of consumer transaction data by the financial services industry. For that reason, this Comment focuses exclusively on consumer profiling in the context of the financial services sector, defined as banks, credit card issuers, brokerages, and insurance companies.
The Purloined Personality: Consumer Profiling in Financial Services,
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