Oregon lawmakers give data breach victims more protection

KTVZ reports:

Six months after the data breach of credit reporting agency Equifax exposed the private information of 145 million Americans, the Oregon House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed Senate Bill 1551, expanding consumer protections for Oregonians.

The legislation would institute a number of key provisions including requirements that breaches be reported more quickly and consumers have the opportunity to freeze their credit for free.

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