3 Legislative History of the Computer Matching and Privacy Protection Act of 1988 P.L. 100-503 1 (1988)

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Vol. 3
COMPUTER MATCHING AND PRIVACY PROTECTION
ACT OF 1988
P.L. 100-503                            102 Stat 2507
October 18, 1988
BILLS
ENACTED BILL
100th Congress:
9)   S. 496, the Computer Matching and Privacy
Protection Act of 1987, as introduced by Messrs.
Cohen and Levin and referred to the Senate
Governmental Affairs Committee, 100th Congress,
February 5, 1987.
10) S. 496, as reported (No written report) with an
amendment from the Senate Governmental Affairs
Committee, May 20, 1987.
A written report (Senate Report No. 100-516) was
eventually released by the Senate Governmental
Affairs Committee on September 15, 1988.
11) S. 496, as passed the Senate and referred to the
House Governmental Operations Committee, May 27,
1987.
S. 496, as passed the House with Engrossed
Amendments, August 1, 1988.
(This is electronically available through the
Arnold & Porter Legislative Staff)
S. 496, with the Senate amendment to the House
amendment, September 20, 1988.
(This is electronically available through the
Arnold & Porter Legislative Staff)

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