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'''Financial information''' is
 
'''Financial information''' is
   
{{Quote|any [[information]], regardless of source, about an individual’s income, wealth, investments, or bank or other financial accounts.<ref>[[Online Behavioral Tracking and Targeting Concerns and Solutions]], at 12.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|any [[information]], regardless of source, about an individual’s income, wealth, investments, or bank or other financial accounts.<ref>[[Online Behavioral Tracking and Targeting Concerns and Solutions, Legislative Primer]], at 12.</ref>}}
   
 
{{Quote|[information] [r]elated to the duties, [[transaction]]s, or otherwise falling under the purview of [[financial institution]]s or United States Government fiscal functions. Uses may include, but are not limited to, [[customer information]] held by a [[financial institution]].<ref>[[Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Registry]].</ref>}}
 
{{Quote|[information] [r]elated to the duties, [[transaction]]s, or otherwise falling under the purview of [[financial institution]]s or United States Government fiscal functions. Uses may include, but are not limited to, [[customer information]] held by a [[financial institution]].<ref>[[Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Registry]].</ref>}}

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