WASHINGTON-The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act agencies, which include NCUA, will hold an all-day privacy notice workshop December 4 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. The workshop will provide a forum to identify successful privacy notices stemming from the landmark modernization act, discuss strategies for communicating complex information, and encourage industry self-regulatory efforts, as well as consumer and business education. Representatives from all corners of the financial services world are scheduled to attend, including Bank One Corporation Chief Privacy Officer Julia F. Johnson, Electronic Privacy Information Center Legislative Counsel Chris Hoofnagle, University Writing Programs Director at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Dr. Deborah S. Bosley, and The Direct Marketing Association, Inc. Senior Vice President of Ethics and Consumer Affairs Patricia Faley. The floor will be opened up to questions from attendees several times throughout the day.

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