On July 7, the CFTC approved five final rules under the Dodd-Frank Act at an open meeting. The CFTC (i) approved the definition of "Agricultural Commodity" for purposes of Commodity Exchange Act; (ii) adopted regulations, pursuant to Title X of the Dodd-Frank Act, requiring CFTC-regulated entities to provide consumers with an opportunity to prohibit affiliates from using certain information to make marketing solicitations, and to develop policies and procedures for the proper disposal of consumer report information; (iii) expanded the scope of Part 160 of its regulations, which requires entities to provide certain privacy protections for consumer financial information, to apply to swap dealers and major swap participants; and (iv) adopted reporting regulations requiring clearing organizations, clearing members and swap dealers to submit routine position reports for physical commodity swaps and swaptionsCFTC Rule on Agricultural Commodity DefinitionCFTC Rule on Consumer Information under FCRACFTC Rule Expanding Scope of Part 160CFTC Rule on Physical Commodity Swaps Reporting.