Plan Now to Comply with New Rhode Island Identity Theft Protection Act

John Ottaviani writes:

Businesses, organizations, state and local governmental entities and individuals who collect and store personal information about Rhode Island residents should start planning now to comply with the new Rhode Island Identity Theft Protection Act, which goes into effect on June 26, 2016 and replaces the existing law. Businesses and organizations of any size are affected. There are no exemptions due to size.

Read more about the new law on Partridge Snow & Hahn.

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