Maine Requires Breach Notice within Seven Days of Go-Ahead from Law Enforcement

From the Privacy & Information Security Law Blog:

On May 19, Maine Governor John Baldacci signed legislation limiting the time that breach notification may be delayed following a determination by law enforcement that providing notice will not compromise a criminal investigation. The provision, which will take effect 90 days after the close of the Legislature’s 2009 session (scheduled to occur on June 17), will limit the permissible delay to seven business days.

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