Nov 302010
 November 30, 2010  Posted by  Breaches, Laws

Tom Hester reports:

Legislation Assemblywoman Linda Greenstein and Assemblymen Paul Moriarty and Herb Conaway, M.D., sponsored to combat identity theft by requiring the hard drives of all digital copy machines to be wiped clean to protect sensitive, personal information continues to advance.

The information is stored on each machine, in some cases in perpetuity, unbeknownst to millions of consumers. The bill (A-2975) was recently approved 50-28-1 by the Assembly and referred to the Senate Commerce Committee.


Hat-tip, @PrivacySecurity

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