Hunton & Williams provide a nice roundup of data breach notification law changes during the month of July.
- On July 1, breach notification laws in Alaska and South Carolina went into effect.
- On July 9, Missouri became the 45th state to enact a data breach notification law.
- On July 22, Senator Patrick Leahy reintroduced a comprehensive federal data security bill calling it one of his “highest legislative priorities.”
- On July 27, North Carolina amended its breach notification law to require notification of the state attorney general any time consumers are notified of a breach involving their personal information. The amendment also included content requirements for the attorney general’s notice.
Read their review on Privacy and Information Security Law Blog.Original Source: http://www.databreaches.net/?p=6595