Martha Stoddard reports that the Nebraska legislature passed LB 757 on a 46-0 vote.
The measure requires any individual or commercial entity holding personal information to implement and maintain security procedures. The same requirement would apply if the information is given to a third party.
If a breach does occur, LB 757 would prohibit credit reporting entities from charging affected consumers to place, temporarily lift or remove security freezes.
Read more on Omaha.com.