Oct 252012
 October 25, 2012  Posted by  Laws

Zusha Elinson reports:

San Francisco Supervisor John Avalos has introduced a resolution urging the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and state Legislature to strengthen privacy protections for Clipper card users.

The transportation commission, which administers the transit card, also has begun re-examining why personal data is stored for seven years after a Clipper card account is closed.

Read more on The Bay Citizen.

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