California Governor Vetoes Enhanced Security Breach Notification Bill

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On October 11, 2009, Governor Schwarzenegger vetoed California Senate Bill 20 (“SB 20”), a bill that would have added new obligations under the state’s security breach notification law.[1] SB 20 would have required security breach notices to include certain types of information, and also would have required the California Attorney General to be notified of larger-scale breaches.

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