Wyoming Senate committee tackles data privacy bills

Wow. The Wyoming Senate has really been busy considering a number of data breach and privacy bills. James Chilton reports:

Legislators began discussing Thursday two bills designed to force businesses affected by data breaches to inform consumers and respond in specific ways.

Senate Files 35 and 36 aim to create new, 21st century definitions of what comprises personal identifying information, or PII. They also specify how consumers must be notified if they are affected by such breaches.

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