Daniel R. Stoller reports:
The District of Columbia’s top lawyer has unveiled a proposal that would expand the city’s data breach notification law and give the attorney general’s office greater enforcement power.
D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine (D) announced the Security Breach Protection Amendment Act March 21. It would regulate companies that faced “major data breaches that have put tens of millions of consumers, and hundreds of thousands of District residents, at risk of identity theft and other types of fraud.”
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