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Committee on Oversight and ReformCommittee on the JudiciaryConstitution, Civil Rights and Civil LibertiesCrime, Terrorism, and Homeland SecurityIntroducedDecember 12th, 2013
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Personal Financial Information Protection Act
To impose penalties for the unauthorized disclosure of personal financial information by Federal employees.
Personal Financial Information Protection Act - Makes it unlawful for any officer or employee of the federal government to: (1) willfully make an unauthorized disclosure of personally identifiable covered information, or (2) conspire to make such an unauthorized disclosure. Defines "personally identifiable covered information" as any information contained in a financial record if such information includes the name, social security number, street address, telephone number, or electronic mail address of, or other personally identifiable information concerning, a consumer. Makes any person who violates this Act or who willfully aids, abets, counsels, induces, or procures such a violation liable to any person whose personally identifiable covered information has been disclosed.