Pointer: State Laws Require Secure Personal Data

Nick Akerman and Melissa J. Krasnow have an article in The National Law Journal:

Connecticut, Massachusetts and Nevada recently enacted laws requiring businesses to institute certain compliance measures to secure personal information that can be used to perpetrate identity theft. The Massachusetts law applies to a business located anywhere in the United States that stores or maintains personal information about a Massachusetts resident. This article discusses the requirements of these new state laws and their practical significance for businesses.

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