Michigan Considers Enhanced Data Breach Notification Law

Joseph Lazzarotti and Maya Atrakchi of JacksonLewis write:

Privacy and security continue to be at the forefront for legislatures across the nation, despite (or perhaps because of) the COVID-19 pandemic.  In late May, with back-to-back amendments, Washington D.C. and Vermont significantly overhauled their data breach notification laws, including expansion of the definition of personal information, and heightened notice requirements.  Now, Michigan may follow suit.

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