New York Consumer Privacy Bill Takes Effect

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Last week, a New York law designed to protect consumers’ social security numbers took effect.  As previously reported, Assembly Bill 8992 prohibits private businesses from conditioning the provision of services on a consumer’s willingness to disclose his or her Social Security number upon request. The law provides several exceptions, including when the collection of the Social Security Number is (i) otherwise required by law, (ii) requested in connection with the opening of a deposit account or a credit transaction initiated by the consumer, or (iii) required for any business function allowed under the Gramm Leach Bliley Act.

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