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Delaware Updates its Data Breach Notification Law

Forty-eight states have enacted data breach notification laws, and they frequently are amended and updated. The most recent state to update its law is Delaware. ...more

New Mexico’s Data Breach Law

by Snell & Wilmer on

Almost all U.S states have laws about data security and what to do when there’s a data breach. New Mexico recently added such a law for its state. Here is what’s in the New Mexico law....more

Nevada Implements Law that Requires Notice for Collection of Personal Information

Nevada has become the third state in the Union to adopt a law that requires operators of websites and online services to provide notice to consumers who are Nevada residents of their practices around the collection and...more

New Mexico’s Data Breach Notification Is in Effect: What You Need to Know

by Perkins Coie on

New Mexico became the 48th state to enact data breach notification legislation with the Data Breach Notification Act, signed in April and effective as of June 16, 2017. Following a round of revisions that removed some of its...more

Governor Signs Amendment to Tennessee Data Breach Notification Law

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

During the recent 110th Regular Session of the Tennessee General Assembly, Governor Bill Haslam signed into law an amendment to the Tennessee Identity Theft Deterrence Act of 1999....more

New Mexico Enacts Data Breach Notification Law

Governor Susana Martinez recently signed into law the New Mexico “Data Breach Notification Act” (the Act), making New Mexico the 48th state (plus Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia) to adopt legislation mandating the...more

California Updates Data Security Laws

Why it matters - The first state to enact data breach notification legislation, California has now updated Civil Code Section 1798.82 with three new bills signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. Specifically, Senate...more

California Passes New Law Protecting Consumers From Data Breaches

by Blank Rome LLP on

On September 30, 2014, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1710, authored by Assembly Members Roger Dickinson (D-Sacramento) and Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont). AB 1710 enhances consumer protections by strengthening the...more

Florida Governor Signs Florida Information Protection Act

by Carlton Fields on

On April 30, the Florida House of Representatives unanimously passed the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014, Senate Bill 1524. On June 20, 2014, Governor Rick Scott signed the bill into law. The bill becomes effective...more

Commonwealth of Kentucky enacts data breach notification law

On the heels of the widely publicized Target breach, states continue to enact legislation designed to provide notice to their citizens when a security breach involving personal data occurs. Kentucky is the latest state to...more

Florida Broadens Definition of Personal Information and Shortens Breach Notification Requirements

by Pierce Atwood LLP on

Last week, Florida signed into law the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014, effective July 1, 2014. This new law is broader than Florida’s prior law and includes some important, and in some instances unique,...more

Florida Legislature Unanimously Passes Florida Information Protection Act

by Carlton Fields on

On April 30, the Florida House of Representatives unanimously passed the Florida Information Protection Act of 2014, Senate Bill 1524. It now awaits Governor Scott's signature. ...more

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