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Connecticut AG William Tong shared compliance insight on data privacy-related matters

In a recent Q&A conducted by Divonne Smoyer and Karen Lee Lust with Connecticut Attorney General (AG) William Tong published in the IAPP Privacy Advisor, the AG discusses how he has continued Connecticut’s role as a privacy leader among the states, partnering with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on data privacy-related matters and other compliance … Continue Reading

Changes in State Data Privacy Laws to Become Effective Soon

This post was also written by Frederick Lah. We previously reported on Texas House Bill 300 that was signed into law last year.  The new law presents stricter requirements for health privacy and data breach notification obligations.  That law is set to become effective September 1, 2012.  Two types of entities will be primarily affected by the law: “Covered … Continue Reading

Connecticut’s Muscular New Vision for Government Oversight of Data Security Breach Notifications

This post was also written by Diane Bettino. Nearly every state in the U.S. has a statute requiring notifications upon discovery of a data security breach.  Most of these laws do not mandate notification to any state authority. T hose few state laws that compel governmental notice are usually satisfied with contemporaneous notice, or notice … Continue Reading
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