Why Alabama data breach law won’t apply to banks

Michael Seale reports:

Alabama lawmakers are considering a bill that would require businesses and government entities to notify the Alabama Attorney General and impacted individuals about a data security breach.

If passed, the bill would make Alabama the 48th state to have a form of data breach notification law.

But one group not included in the Alabama Information Protective Act is the state’s financial institutions.

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