WASHINGTON-Credit unions remain leery about proposed federal guidelines for social media, saying-among other complaints-requirements to include disclosures on federal deposit insurance would take up too many of the 140 characters that Twitter limits for tweets.

The proposals, issued by NCUA and banking regulators, would provide guidance for the use of Facebook, Twitter and other social media to ensure that users abide by proper consumer rules and regulations, and limit potential legal risks.

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